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The Rabbit



Sign Element : Wood

Best Mate: Sheep & Pig

Worst Mate: Rooster

Years born :

1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023



Likes   Dislikes  
  • privacy

  • conversation, including gossip

  • to use their wits to solve a problem

  • romantic films

  • secrets and mysteries

  • long hairsyles

  • prefers company of good friends and family to going out

  • comfortable surroundings

  • beautiful paintings

  • paying attention to detail

  • failure

  • feeling caged in by circumstances or people

  • rules and laws made by others

  • everyday life and its responsibilities

  • paying attention to detail

  • scandalmongering

  • taking orders or criticism

  • nursing others

  • jewels and trinkets

  • being ignored

  • established authority

  • hypocrisy

Personality   |     Career    |    Relationship







The Rabbits of the Chinese Zodiac tend to act more like bunnies, whether they like it or not. Timid and attractive, the Rabbit is the kind of fluffy ball they want to cuddle lovingly. Having good imagination and intellect combined with an openness and generosity that enables they to turn enemies into friends.  As a result, they're extremely popular and have a wide circle of family and friends. Their compassionate nature also leads them to be very protective of those they love. Where romance is concerned, their sentimentality is the reason they idealise relationships, a quality that compels them to give more than they realistically should. When they do bite off more than they can chew, their core group of friends and their stable home life will help them back to centre.



Rabbits are very delicate creatures and need a solid base in order to survive and thrive. Without this they'll break down in tears at the first sign of conflict and are even known to veer toward illness. Rabbits delicately balanced emotions are easily destabilized by unsettled or unpredictable situations, and they instinctively want to create a peaceful and comfortable atmosphere. In fact, this makes they a very hospitable host, attentive to the needs of others, ensuring that they do not feel isolated or neglected. They are aware that small details are important in creating the right ambience and they pay attention to everything from colour, design and furniture to food and conversation. When they are certain that everything is arranged to their satisfaction they can then relax - and they make charming, elegant and intelligent company.  


In other words, Rabbits dislike arguments and will try as hard as they can to avoid a fight. Being the creature who has a tranquil nature and are sensitive to the world around they. They cannot thrive in a competitive or aggressive environment, else soon, they become anxious. They can also lapse into pessimism and appear stuck in a rut -- often to mask their insecure natures. This isn't likely to compel them to change though, since Rabbits like to hop along at their own pace and think things through. 

Happiness for Rabbits is the chance to entertain in their tastefully furnished homes. Appearances are important to them, one reason why they always look better than the rest, and they may have spent quite a lot getting there. Their lifestyle is conservative as they do not like their security compromised, but when they opt for safety over risk they may miss good opportunities. They have no desire to be in the limelight; they shy away from confrontations or complications and if there is an escape route they will quickly take it. This does not imply that they are frivolous or irresponsible, for when they truly believe in something they are serious, perseverant and capable. 


Their approach to life is not threatening or disruptive and the only time that they are really obstinate is when they feel they have been pushed beyond their capabilities. When faced with a dilemma, or if they are just feeling low, they tend to keep their thoughts well hidden in the belief that it is not appropriate for they to make demands or force their opinions on others.  What Rabbits need most, however, is a greater sense of self-worth and the security that comes with it. Their discerning natures, coupled with some hard-won assertiveness, will help these happy creatures go far.

The most compatible match for a Rabbit is the Goat or Pig.





For the Rabbits, iintelligence and imagination place them in good stead in their career, and they always give careful thought to projects before they undertake them. They are balanced in outlook and cautious in approach, and like to be informed of all the facts before they make a judgment. 


They do not enjoy the cut and thrust of business life, preferring work that is more methodical and reliable, and thus the worlds of politics and finance hold little interest for they. Working under pressure makes they nervous, as do sudden demands on they to develop creative ideas, and while others may thrive on heated discussion they prefer reasoned debate. their creative talents will come to the fore when they are allowed to work at their own pace. Many colleagues appreciate their tact and modesty and realize they are a conscientious worker, unlikely to step over others to achieve their goals.


They are suited to a career in literature, art, design or public relations. They would also be a good counselor, barrister, judge, solicitor, adviser or secretary.





They need trust, security and tenderness in a relationship, and are happiest when they can create an intimate and cosy atmosphere. They are unlikely to go in search of emotional thrills and do not thrive on romantic upheavals, so when a partner's behavior becomes erratic or hurtful they withdraw into their shell.


There are times when they are confident in love, but an unpredictable action or careless remark can suddenly place serious doubts in their mind, Try to express their concerns and they may well find that their doubts are groundless. When they have found the right partner the affection that they offer will be returned, and they will prove to be both sympathetic and forgiving, far more likely to listen to someone else's problems than to reveal their own.


 Famous Rabbits

Prince Albert, Lucy Arnaz, Harry Belafonte, Ingrid Bergman, James Caan, Lewis Caroll, John Cleese, Confucius, Albert Einstein, Peter Falk, W.C. Fields, Peter Fonda, James Fox, Sir David Frost, James Galway, Cary Grant, Edvard Grieg, Oliver Hardy, Paul Hogan, Bob Hope, Whitney Houson, John Hurt, David Jason, Michael Keaton, John Keats, Cheryl Ladd, Danny La Rue, Julian Lennon, Patrick Lichfield, Gina Lollobrigida, Ali MacGraw, George Michael, Roger Moore, Nanette Newman, Tatum O'Neal, Christiana Onassis, Ken Russell, Mort Sahl, Elizabeth Schwarzcopf, George C. Scott, Neil Sedaka, Jane Symour, Neil Simon, Frank Sinatra, Dusty Springfield, Sting, Jimmy Tarbuck, Tina Turner, Luther Vandross, Queen Victoria, Andy Warhol, Orson Welles

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