YOU'VE GONE TO THE RABBITS WHEN....
You spend more time in the Rabbitry than the house.
The mailman brings more show catalogs than mail addressed to "Occupant".
You have a phone extension in the rabbitry.
You spend more time cleaning nest boxes than cleaning the house.
You lay awake at night thinking of rabbit names.
You plan your vacation around the ARBA convention and your Breed's National Show.
You spend every week-end at rabbit shows and your in-laws are beginning to wonder if they'll ever see the grand kids again.
Your rabbit meds cost more than the kids doctor bills.
Your very first rabbit is now a great-great grandmother.
You have "your own line".
You turn down a dinner date with your boss because a new doe is about to kindle.
You spend more at the feed store than the grocery store.
You've visited more Rabbitries than National Monuments.
You 8 year old can recite every breed of rabbit but doesn't know the President's name.
You ask for a rabbit fur coat for Christmas but want the rabbit in it.
For your Birthday you want a roll of wire and j-clips.
You have more rabbit dates than people dates on your calendar.
The man at the feed store knows you better than your hairdresser.
You can pack 10 carriers in the back of a compact car but can't load suitcases for vacation.
You'll drive 400 miles at 2 in the morning for a rabbit show but going across town to your mother-in-law's for dinner is "too far".
You know every herb a rabbit likes but haven't a clue what to use with tomato sauce.
Your electric bill in the barn is higher than the house.
Your rabbits have air conditioning but you don't.
Your rabbits have their own freezer for water bottles.
Your kids can calculate probabilities of litter colors but are stumped in science class.
Your greeting cards all have rabbits on them.
Your gift packages all have rabbits on them.
You have pictures of all your rabbits only a few of your first born son.
Your spouse refers to you as "the person who takes care of the rabbits."
You have a smoke alarm in the barn but not in the kitchen.
It's midnight and you're exhausted but take one last walk through the barn to be sure all the babies are in their box.