Rabbit: symbol of love, fertility, vigilance The rabbit was one of the favorite animals of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. Being a symbol of fertility, the Rabbit is very beneficial to woman. The Rabbit is a symbol of faith for several religions. Lucky Rabbit The rabbit is very lucky in love. Keep a rabbit close to help overcome fear. The rabbit is the symbol of vigilance. Rabbit Totem The Rabbit survives by its wits and is a quick thinker. He is often associated with timidity and fear. This can remind us to move forward despite our fears and use our intuition to get through difficult situations. Drawn by Belinda Baardsen, Artist, for Animal Rescue, 7/2013

Rabbit: symbol of love, fertility, vigilance  The rabbit was one of the favorite animals of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. Being a symbol of fertility, the Rabbit is very beneficial to woman. The Rabbit is a symbol of faith for several religions.  Lucky Rabbit  The rabbit is very lucky in love. Keep a rabbit close to help overcome fear. The rabbit is the symbol of vigilance.  Rabbit Totem  The Rabbit survives by its wits and is a quick thinker. He is often associated with timidity and fear. This can remind us to move forward despite our fears and use our intuition to get through difficult situations.  Drawn by Belinda Baardsen, Artist, for Animal Rescue, 7/2013

Rabbit: symbol of love, fertility, vigilance

The rabbit was one of the favorite animals of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. Being a symbol of fertility, the Rabbit is very beneficial to woman. The Rabbit is a symbol of faith for several religions.

Lucky Rabbit

The rabbit is very lucky in love. Keep a rabbit close to help overcome fear. The rabbit is the symbol of vigilance.

Rabbit Totem

The Rabbit survives by its wits and is a quick thinker. He is often associated with timidity and fear. This can remind us to move forward despite our fears and use our intuition to get through difficult situations.

Drawn by Belinda Baardsen, Artist, for Animal Rescue, 7/2013

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