Her name was Trixie, she was a rabbit and was originally Tobias. At least that’s what the animal wholesaler meant. Perhaps this was the reason why Trixie, how to put it politely, acted a little stubbornly about her “sex change”. The seller told us that male rabbits can be kept alone, but female rabbits need company. Trixie was not very attractive and had a strong desire to run away. It was an admittedly difficult relationship that ended well. Trixie found a new caretaker, quickly integrated into the new rabbit community, and immediately became pregnant. This gave us some relief as the parents of the Crow Bunny. But that was the end of the topic. The pandemic has not led to a rethink either – although many Germans, apparently out of loneliness, resorted to a pet at this time. Comparison.org statisticians are even talking about a boom. They evaluated the search queries on the Internet and ranked the most popular pets. In first place – not surprisingly – is the dog, the site explains: “Having a dog has many health benefits, such as positive effects on the cardiovascular and immune systems through regular walks, improved mood and a more fulfilling social life. “Rabbit is only in ninth place in this ranking. We are not surprised at all.