When you have two rabbits, you'll often soon have three. Spring rabbits symbolize fertility, and they love to demonstrate why. Despite their idyllic surroundings, grasslands cottontails hop at surprising speed when evading their pursuers. Mountain cottontails can leap up a steep incline with speed you would not believe. The elfin rabbits' proximity to the magic of the elves has caused some of them unnatural long life. And in some elfin rabbits... stranger things.
- Caged Rabbit
- Darkmoon Rabbit
- Mr. Floppy <Emily's Pet>
- Subject 142
As a companion pet
- is bought for 300 from Nigel Rifthold in Drustvar.
- can be purchased from Dealer Rashaad <Exotic Creatures> in Netherstorm at a cost of 10.
- drops from the Darkmoon Rabbit on Darkmoon Island.
- Dust Bunny can be found in Dalaran.
- Elfin Rabbits can be captured in pet battles in Darnassus, Desolace, Mount Hyjal and Teldrassil.
- Grasslands Cottontails can be captured in pet battles in Arathi Highlands.
- can be purchased from Noblegarden Vendors and Noblegarden Merchants at a cost of 200 during Noblegarden.
- Rabbits can be captured in pet battles in various zones.
- can be purchased from Yarlyn Amberstill in Dun Morogh at a cost of 20.
- can be purchased from Noblegarden Vendors and Noblegarden Merchants at a cost of 100 during Noblegarden. It also has a small chance to be found in a .
- is a reward from .
The following battle pets share the same model as rabbits, even though they are not rabbits themselves:
- Alpine Hares in Dun Morogh and Winterspring
- Arctic Hares in Borean Tundra, Dragonblight, Storm Peaks and Zul'Drak
- Hares in Arathi Highlands, Durotar and the Hinterlands
- Olivetail Hare in Azsuna
- Snowshoe Hares in Hillsbrad Foothills
- Tolai Hares and Tolai Hare Pups in Kun-Lai Summit
- Skinners were previously able to skin rabbits and other critters for easy and for beginner Leatherworkers, but this was removed.
- Jackrabbits are mentioned both in The Green Hills of Stranglethorn and in the (non-canon) RPG book Lands of Conflict.
- Bunnies are mentioned in The Fluffy Bunny, a fairy tale by Jepetto Joybuzz. "Bunnies" was also the name of a race of humanoid rabbits that lived on Bunny Island in a Warcraft III bonus map, though it is unlikely that the bunny in The Fluffy Bunny is meant to have been one of the humanoid bunnies.
- The virmen are a race of rabbit-like humanoids.