Chinese Zodiac Rabbit


The Rabbit is the fourth in the cycle of the 12 zodiacs or horoscope signs in the Chinese animal astrology system. It is associated with the earthly branch Mao which is associated with the 2nd month and among the hours of 5 A.M. and 7 A.M.


Rabbits have a gentle appearance and have a youthful and energetic outlook. The Rabbit is a good diplomat and can create a sociable, comfortable and happy atmosphere for those around them. They are peacemakers and dislike arguments and quarrels.

They are also artistic, elegant, generous and kind-hearted. The Rabbit is not competitive and likes to leave the troubles of their everyday like behind them. They are sympathetic and ready to help who are in need. The Chinese say that they are like a lotus growing above dirty ground. Their life tends to be tranquil and stable because they are quiet and forgiving.

The Rabbit is quick to react and likes to execute their plans without delay. While they have the strength and energy and fortune to be successful, it pays to plan more carefully and calmly and not rush into things or have too many plans.

While they are always attentive to the needs or those around them and offer help to others when needed, they themselves keep their emotions well hidden and do not expect others to help when they are in distress.


The Rabbit is more compatible with the Goat, Pig and Dog and less compatible with the Rooster.

Suitable Career

They are suited to a legal career or to a career in the diplomacy or public relations. Rabbits are also suited in a literary or artistic career.

Practical Advice

The Rabbit will benefit by being more open with their emotions and not be afraid to ask for help when needed. They should also plan carefully and not become overstretched by getting involved in too many projects. They should approach their work seriously and gradually.

The Rabbit should learn to relax and approach their romantic life sensibly.

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