The Refined Rabbit The Rabbit is Yin (female) Rabbit year’s are: 1903 ~ 1915 ~ 1927 ~ 1939 ~ 1951 ~ 1963 ~ 1975 ~ 1987 ~ 1999 ~ 2011 ~ 2023. This is a list of symbols that you, as a Rabbit, should surround yourself with as they will help you to become your true self and give you a feeling of happiness and comfort.
Tree - Poplar ~ Food - Fish ~ Flower - Rose ~ Fragrance- Shalimar ~ Birthstone- Sapphire ~ Number- 4 ~ Animal- Squirrel ~ Spice- Pepper ~ Herb- Tarragon ~ Drink- Bordeaux ~ Metal- Bronze ~ Colour- Grey.
Rabbit’s are full of sensitivity and refinement. They like the finer things in life and are rather interesting people to know. Although there tastes are somewhat chic, they are normally understated in their appearance as they prefer the classical to the flamboyant and don’t like being the center of attention. But, although the Rabbit’s clothes may look plain and conservative you can rest assured they are made of the finest and most sumptuous fabric money can buy.
The same applies to their cuisine. In-fact some people do tend to assume the Rabbit is rather snooty, they do have a tendency of when first meeting people to sly away into a corner somewhere, usually on a comfy seat. But, quite simply, they are shy of meeting new people especially if they are loud. The best way to get a Rabbit to notice you is to be modest and refined. People born in the year of the Rabbit hate conflict. Whether it is a World War or in a personal relationship they cannot handle bad vibes. You can scream at one of these creatures as much as you like, but the most common reaction is for the Bunny to hop away into the safety of his burrow, alone.
They don’t like their home to be a war zone. Rabbit’s are of the traditional way of thinking. Roast dinners on a Sunday, and occasions such as Christmas and birthday’s are big events and should be celebrated correctly. These people love their home, it is perhaps the most important place to them and they don’t like leaving it too much, even for holidays. If they do go on a holiday you will have to make sure it is somewhere equally homely for this person to be able to relax. Rabbit people are good at making money. They quietly succeed in their job not making a fuss but winning admiration nonetheless. If you are a friend of a Rabbit and you ever get in financial trouble the Rabbit will be sure to be the one to help you out. He will lend you however much you need and probably throw in some wise advice for you as well.
However, I did say "loan" you will have to pay the money back, he/she will not just forget they loaned it too you, it will probably be written down somewhere. Rabbits are incredibly squeamish. They hate the sight of blood, it doesn’t matter whose it is, if their own child cut’s themselves they will always try and find someone else to clean it up as they have a tendency for passing out at the sight of it. The also love reading and watching films, but they always make sure they are lovely, romantic and certainly not in anyway connected to the horror genre. So, I suppose if you are having trouble wooing one of these fearful bunnies you could always take them to see a horror film, that way they may have to jump into your lap and hide, just an idea!! Keeping a Rabbit healthy isn’t too much of an ordeal for although they always seem to have something wrong with them, they are willing to visit the Doctor. In fact it would be there idea.
A Rabbit person’s cupboard will be full of vitamins and minerals, anything that may help to improve their health. They certainly don’t let illness get the better of them and after some rest they will be back to work as right as rain.
Rabbit women do tend to suffer with gynecological problems and should go for regular check up’s with her doctor to make sure her hormones are in good order so as to keep away any metabolic, digestive and weight problems. As these can lead to her suffering with depression in later life.
Rabbits need peace and tranquility. Any stress will lead to them living a thoroughly miserable life that could lead to mental health issues. For these creatures are very sensitive both physically and mentally. What they need is a nice well run, quiet, loving home life, with a couple of well behaved children and well trained dog’s and perhaps a goldfish.
Rabbit’s are most compatible with: Goats, Pigs or Dogs. But do please stay away from Tigers, Roosters, Dragons and Horses, for they will upset your plan for a smoothly run life.