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Top 15 Disney Rabbits That’ll Make You Hoppy

Who says rabbits are just cute, fuzzy animals? In the world of Disney, rabbits are powerful, funny, and downright sassy!

From the clever Judy Hopps to the iconic White Rabbit, I’ve put together a list of the top Disney rabbits you need to know.

So sit back, grab some carrots, and let’s hop on into the world of adorable Disney rabbit characters.

Barrington “Barry” Augustus Buns III

Photo still from the animated Disney show, Kiff, featuring Kiff the squirrel and Barry the rabbit.
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One of Disney’s newest rabbit characters is Barrington Augustus Buns III, aka Barry from the animated series, Kiff (available on Disney+).

He’s a super mellow dude who happens to be blue and is BFFs with Kiff Chatterly, a squirrel who’s a bit his opposite.

As I’m sure you can guess, this opposites-attract type friendship leads to some interesting scenarios!

Bean Bunny from The Tale of the Bunny Picnic

Bean Bunny might not be as well-known as some of the other rabbits on this list, but he’s still worth mentioning.

He’s sweet, innocent, and always trying to help out. Plus, his big ears are just too cute.

But more importantly, he’s one of the lesser known muppets!

This scraggly, lovable bun appears in countless Muppet movies and shows, such as The Muppet Christmas Carol and Muppet Treasure Island.

Bunny from Toy Story 4

Photo still of Ducky and Bunny from Toy Story 4 in a short film in the Pixar Popcorn series.
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Oh, Bunny. That rabbit just cracks me up! He’s a character from Toy Story 4 (available on Disney+), and let me tell you, he’s got some attitude.

With his quick wit and sassy comebacks, Bunny (voiced by Jordan Peele) adds a fun little twist to this already beloved franchise.

And let’s not forget about his partner in crime, Ducky (voiced by Keegan-Michael Key). These two goofy stuffed animals make for quite the duo, causing mischief and mayhem wherever they go.

Bunny may be small, but his personality is larger than life. I mean, who doesn’t love a character with a little bit of spunk?

Bunny definitely keeps things interesting in the Toy Story world. And if the rumors are true about a Toy Story 5 being in the works, I hope they bring this stuffed bunny back for more fun.

Clover from Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess

Clover (voiced by Wayne Brady) is Princess Sofia’s loyal companion and he’s always looking out for her.

He first appeared in the film, Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess, but also appeared in the follow up series, Sofia the First (available on Disney+).

He might be small, but he’s brave and always ready for an adventure. Clover’s also a bit of a comedian, and his one-liners are always on point!

Fall Apart Rabbit from Bonkers

Fall Apart Rabbit is definitely not as well-known as some of the other rabbits on this list, but as an 80s baby and 90s kid, I haven’t forgotten about him!

He’s from an early 90s show called Bonkers (available on Disney+), which is about a bobcat who’s an actor-turned-cop. Fall Apart Rabbit is Bonkers’ BFF.

Bonker’s always falling apart (literally), but he’s still trying his best. His determination is truly inspirational.

Anyway, Bonkers is on Disney+, at least for the time being, so you should totally check it out!

Fun Bun from Ralph Breaks the Internet

Fun Bun is another lesser known character from the Disney animated universe, but just as loveable as the rest.

He’s from the 2018 Pixar film, Ralph Breaks the Internet (available on Disney+), and he is a character in one of the video games, Pancake Milkshake.

He’s a little ball of energy and always down for some fun and shenanigans. Whether it’s hopping around in the background or joining in on a virtual party, Fun Bun knows how to keep the good times rolling.

With a contagious smile and infectious laughter, it’s impossible not to fall in love with this fuzzy little friend.

I only wish he got more screen time or they find a way to bring him and his kitty kat sidekick, Puddles, back for a future Wreck-it-Ralph show or movie.

Judy Hopps from Zootopia

Photo still from Zenimation featuring Judy Hopps from Zootopia.
Photo courtesy of Disney+.

Next up is the undeniable rabbit queen, Judy Hopps from Zootopia (available on Disney+). She might be small, but she’s brave, determined, and smart.

In Zootopia, Judy proves that even the smallest of creatures can make a huge impact. She’s a trailblazer, and a true inspiration.

Disney announced in September 2023 that it will be bringing the world of Zootopia, including Judy Hopps, to Animal Kingdom at Disney World (source).

I haven’t heard anything solid other than that it’ll be a show, but given this movie’s popularity, as well as that of its spin-off series, Zootopia+, it’s possible there will be more!

March Hare from Alice in Wonderland

The March Hare from Alice in Wonderland (available on Disney+) is quite possibly the most chaotic rabbit on this list. He’s wild, unpredictable, and always up for a tea party. Plus, he’s best friends with the Mad Hatter, and that’s just cool.

I always seem to forget about him though, maybe because when someone says “the rabbit from Alice in Wonderland,” my mind immediately goes to the White Rabbit.

Max Hare from The Tortoise and the Hare

Max Hare is the speedy rabbit from The Tortoise and the Hare (available on Disney+), a short film from Disney’s 1935 Silly Symphony series.

He’s confident, arrogant, and always ready to win. He might not be the most likable rabbit on this list, but he’s still memorable.

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

Did you know that Oswald was one of Walt Disney’s very first creations? He might not be as well-known as Mickey, but he’s just as lovable.

Oswald is clever, mischievous, and always ready to get into some trouble.

Oswald was created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1927 for Universal Pictures. Yes, that’s right – one of Disney’s biggest competitors today!

The rights to this fun character became fully owned by Disney in 2006 in a trade agreement thanks to Bob Iger (source).

And now there’s a new short film featuring one of Walt’s first ever characters, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (available on Disney+). This 1-minute short film was hand-drawn, just like the originals, too!

Rabbit from Winnie the Pooh

Rabbit is the resident know-it-all in the Hundred Acre Wood, land of Winnie the Pooh and friends.

He’s very practical and always looking for ways to make things more efficient, but his plans don’t always work out as he expects.

Rabbit’s a bit uptight, but he also has a funny, sarcastic side. I kind of see him as the adult of the group, always trying to keep everyone in line!

Roger Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Photo still of a faux newspaper prop from the movie, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, with the headline "Toon Kills Man: Marvin Acme Murdered at the Hands of Jealous Rabbit."
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (available on Disney+) is a classic, and Roger Rabbit is the star of the show.

He’s wacky, unpredictable, and always ready to put on a show. Plus, he’s married to Jessica Rabbit, and that’s pretty cool.

It always surprised me that they didn’t do more Roger Rabbit movies. Sure, there are a few short films with this zany guy, but perhaps it’s time for a new full-length feature!

Skippy from Robin Hood

Get ready to meet the most charming rabbit this side of Nottingham – Skippy from Robin Hood (available on Disney+)!

This little bunny is a notorious troublemaker with a heart of gold and a cheeky grin that you just can’t help but love.

And let’s not forget that voice! Voiced by child actor Billy Whitaker, Skippy’s sweet and innocent voice is the perfect contrast to his mischievous ways.

And let’s not forget the other bunnies in this film, Mother Rabbit, and Skippy’s sisters, Sis and Tagalong.

StellaLou from Tokyo Disneyland

Drawing of Duffy the Bear and Stellalou the Rabbit from Tokyo Disney Resort.
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StellaLou is a unique entry on this list in that she hasn’t appeared in any Disney movies or shows – yet.

That said, this purple bunny hails from Tokyo Disneyland, where she appears alongside her friend, Duffy the Bear. She’s an aspiring ballerina, so you’ll often see her in a tutu and ballet slippers.

You’ll also see her, along with Duffy and other friends like Gelatoni and Olu Mel, at Aulani Resort in Hawaii.

Thumper from Bambi

Photo still of Thumper from Bambi of a scene in Disney+ show, Zenimation.
Photo courtesy of Disney+.

Thumper from Bambi (available on Disney+) may be known for his cute little nose twitch, but he’s so much more than that. He’s Bambi’s loyal best friend, and he’s not afraid to speak his mind.

This bun bun is funny, energetic, and always ready for an adventure. Who wouldn’t want Thumper as a friend?

White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland

“I’m late, I’m late for a very important date!” Ah yes, the iconic White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland (available on Disney+).

He might be a bit jittery, but he’s also incredibly entertaining. Plus, he’s always up for a tea party!

Also, monocles are cool and the White Rabbit has a monocle. Need I say more?

Who are your favorite Disney rabbits?

As you can see, these Disney rabbits are more than just cute and cuddly animals. They’re also some of the most iconic characters in Disney history!

Here’s to hoping Disney will bring us more cute and cuddly bunny characters in the future!

Who are your favorite bunnies from the Disney universe? Let me know in the comments below.

About the author

Photo of Meg Frost on Buzz Lightyear: Space Ranger Blast at Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
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Meg Frost is the creator of The Park Pixie, where she covers Disney World, Disney+, and Disney fandom.

She holds an M.A. in Journalism from Northeastern University and B.S. in Communication & American Studies from University of Miami in Florida.

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This post was originally published May 20, 2023. It was last updated October 28, 2023.