To dream of a rabbit represents a mindset that is easily made nervous about maintaining safety. Worrying about family as a top priority. Feelings of timidness or being easily intimidated. It may also reflect avoiding situations due to shyness. Intuitively avoiding danger.
Negatively, dreaming about a rabbit may be a sign that you are too quick to choose running away from fears. Not standing your ground at all or not taking time to plan ways to confront problems that scare you. You are too easily intimidated. Running away from your fears or anything that scares you. Preoccupation with surviving problems before all else.
Alternatively, rabbits in dreams may reflect feelings about sensitive people in your life that you have to approach with perfect care. Concerns with easily scaring off someone. Often a symbol for women who are avoiding sex.
To dream of having a pet rabbit in a cage may reflect your enjoyment of having an excuse that allows to you easily avoid issues. Enjoying being faithful to your partner by choosing to avoid cheating or having sex with others.
Example: A woman dreamed of a stampede of a hundred bunnies. In waking life she was doing everything she could to avoid sex because he was afraid of it harming her baby.
Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing someone trying to hunt a rabbit with a bow and arrow. In waking life life he was trying very hard to convince his wife to have sex as she was intentionally avoiding it whenever he wanted it.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of seeing a pet rabbit in a cage. In waking life she was going to spend the whole summer away from her boyfriend and was promising him that she would avoid other boys at all costs.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing a rabbit that was limping. In waking life she was becoming emotionally and physically exhausted after making a big move from one US State to another with her family.
Example 5: A 6 year-old boy dreamed of having a pet rabbit he played with everyday. In waking life it was observed that this boy had a tendency to run away from people who was shy of as a coping mechanism.