Rabbits are very....well i don't know the word, but it's nota bad one. Give her/him alot of attention. Every try buying a harness and leash and taking him/her for a walk? Make sure when other animals come buy to pick him/her up so they don't attack. A way to do that(which some think is painful to the rabbits) is to pick it up by the scruff and support it with the other free hand. That way it'll feel supported. Walk by the animal slowly, so you don't frighten the rabbit. Make sure you supprot him/her, because rabbits hate the feeling of being in midair. Feed him/her their favorite treats. NEVER hand feed a rabbit. They might bite by accident. If this does happen, don't think of it as an offensive bite, it's probably just defending the food or trying to get it at an angle in which your hand is in the way. And when she "hunkers down" when your petting her is a sign that she's letting you pet her and she likes it. These are hopefully helpful tips. If you have any more questions or need help send an email to me. I'm an rabbit expert! :-D seriously. Also, don't listen to the people who say it's just a rabbit, because it's way more than that, it's a companion, a friend. GOOD LUCK!