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<poem> me yos; fire rabbit year, 1st of rabjung.

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Rabbit (zodiac)

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Lucky Colors: red, pink, purple, blue Lucky Numbers: 3, 4, 9 Lucky Flowers: cyclamen, plantain lily, fittonia

Stars include: Ba Zuo Achievement, Yik Ma, Ji Jiao Hazard.

The Rabbit ( ) is the fourth in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. The Year of the Rabbit is associated with the Earthly Branch symbol .

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In the related Vietnamese zodiac, the cat takes the place of the Rabbit. Years and the Five Elements A nest containing baby rabbits


People born within these date ranges can be said to have been born in the "[[Year of the Rabbit", while also bearing the following elemental sign: White rabbits sold in Yangzhou on one of the first days of the year of the Rabbit

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   9 February 1891 - 29 January 1892:  Metal Rabbit
   29 January 1903 – 15 February 1904: Water Rabbit
   14 February 1915 – 2 February 1916: Wood Rabbit
   2 February 1927 – 22 January 1928:  Fire Rabbit
   19 February 1939 – 7 February 1940: Earth Rabbit
   6 February 1951 – 26 January 1952:  Metal Rabbit
   25 January 1963 – 12 February 1964: Water Rabbit
   11 February 1975 – 30 January 1976: Wood Rabbit
   29 January 1987 – 16 February 1988: Fire Rabbit
   16 February 1999 – 4 February 2000: Earth Rabbit
   3 February 2011 – 22 January 2012:  Metal Rabbit
   22 January 2023 – 9 February 2024:  Water Rabbit
   8 February 2035 – 27 January 2036:  Wood Rabbit
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Money: comes good first quarter. Peaks in April. Last quarter could be draining. Relationship: occasional opportunities. It’s simply not your priority. Feng Shui: face, travel, sit North, South even North East not West or South West. Readers’ Digest Version: the difference between success and failure is persistence.

2-Feb-1927--22-Jan-1928 - Element-Fire(-)

29-Jan-1987--16-Feb-1988 - Element-Fire(-)

The RABBIT - Chinese name: Ranking Order - Fourth Hours ruled by the Rabbit: 5am to 7am Direction of this sign - Directly East Season and principle month: Spring - March Fixed Element: Wood

   Metal Rabbit
   Water Rabbit
   Wood Rabbit
   Fire Rabbit
   Earth Rabbit

Fire Rabbit Element Fire

With the passion of the Fire Element, the Fire Rabbit is the most intense and active of all the Rabbit Types. Not suffering from the indecisiveness of most Rabbits, the Fire Rabbit is bold and precise in their action. Taking to the fiery nature of their element, the Fire Rabbit loves adventure and will actively seek out fun, exciting experiences. Luckily, the passion of the Fire Rabbit does not cancel out their sensitivity and emotional intuition, which allows them to be quite charming. . These qualities combine to make the Fire Rabbit a natural leader. With those they hold dear, the Fire Rabbit can be affectionate and loving.

Fire Rabbit Career

The charisma and passion of the Fire Rabbit can play a key role in the career success of the Fire Rabbit. As others are glad to follow the Fire Rabbit, those born under the sign may do well in management, business or public relations. On the other hand, the lack of interest in material gain may lead the Fire Rabbit on a life of adventure, possibly as a missionary or following other international humanitarian efforts. The passion of the Fire Rabbit has been known to translate to success in sports. With a good-hearted trait, rabbits are loved by others; with intellectual scholarship and learnt knowledge, rabbits can enjoy a good career as well as wealth. But rabbits should bear in mind that they must never give up half way when striving for something. People belonging to rabbit zodiac may pursue such careers as cultivation, breeding, education, religion, health care, medicine, culture, police work, judiciary, and politics. This can be seen in the skill and competitive spirits of Lionel Messi and Tim Tebow, who are both Fire Rabbits born in 1987.

Fire Rabbit

The Fire Element puts the Fire Rabbit on a fast-track to success, but it does not come without its downfalls. The Fire Rabbit can have more of a temper than any of the members of its sign and can lash out at others when offended. Similarly, the Fire Rabbit can be overly aggressive in situations where they feel threatened. In order to counter these unstable emotional tendencies, the Fire Rabbit is encouraged to develop techniques to curb their anger.

Fire Rabbit Organs Body

The primary organ of the Fire Rabbit is the heart. Without proper care and exercise, the strength of the heart can be threatened. The Fire Rabbit is encouraged to live a healthy lifestyle and mitigate their stress in order to protect this important organ.


The rabbit ranks fourth in the Chinese zodiac. Rabbits always tends to be gentle and quiet, elegant and alert, kind and patient, and particularly full of responsibility. Generally speaking, people who belong to the rabbit zodiac sign have likable characters.

Gentlemen who belong to the rabbit zodiac sign always treat people politely with a gentle smile, which makes people feel that they are credible and sincere. When meeting trouble, they can handle it in an orderly way; when encountering tough difficulties they are never discouraged, but are persistent to seek solutions. So they eventually achieve enviable success. Ladies belonging to the rabbit zodiac sign, apart from a pretty and demure appearance, have a pure heart. They always have good faithfulness toward the people around them. With a pair of dexterous hands, they have a gift for calligraphy and painting, as well as tailoring and cooking. Owning an elegant temperament, they are able to manage everything to people's wishes.


Overall rabbits have an average health condition. In winter to late spring, when in relatively poor health, they should pay more attention to doing sports to prevent colds and other infectious diseases, and develop a healthy daily diet. In dry seasons, they should drink more water to keep fit, and do some maintenance for the skin to prevent skin problems. Rabbits are advised to do some indoor exercise to cope with stress and tension. Danger of pushing yourself too hard. Pacing crucial this year. Special care in May and mid-October


Rabbits have a good social relationship. They are popular with others for they are gentle and considerate. With a good sense of humor, they can make a dispute into a good discussion and make enemies into friends. Possessing a gentle temperament, they are hospitable, considerate, and ready to help others. With an excess of universal love and charity, they may have conflicts of interest. With a lack of resolution, they can not deal with some sentimental troubles. Compatibility

Best with: Goat, Dog or Pig Worst with: Rat, Ox, Dragon, Rooster or Horse.

The Fire Rabbits stand out from the crowd of other Rabbits. You might expect Rabbits to be passive, quiet, and loners. Not so, the Fire Rabbits. These extroverts are leaders of the pack! Fire Rabbits intuitively sense the right way to bring out the best in themselves and other people. They are brave creatures, thirsty for life. Others eagerly follow them because of the promise of adventure and great fun, and they are never disappointed. Visionary explorers, Fire Rabbits inspire others to see beyond the surface. Unlike other Rabbits, Fire Rabbits have the potential to be truly rich. Enormously capable and hardworking, Fire Rabbits can achieve great things others cannot match. Captains in charge of their lives, they experience smooth sailing in their careers. The multifaceted Fire Rabbits experience great versatility in their lives. Their interests can range from Agatha Christie to bungee jumping, from caviar to enchiladas, from snowskiing to Scrabble. Speaking of Scrabble, spell Love: L-O-V-E is very kind to Fire Rabbits. Excellent lovers, they rapturously charm their partners with cozy fireplaces, affectionate hugs, and, most of all, undying support and loyalty. 
The Rabbit is yin wood, essentially gentle and domestic. Her time is early morning; the legend has it that she and the Rooster swapped places which is why the cock crows in the Chinese Zodiac not at dawn but at dusk. The Rabbit rules the Spring therefore – think of March Hares and Easter Bunnies – and the Rooster the autumn.

The Rabbit is subtle, in keeping with her yin nature. She provides service readily and is often suited to catering and caring. But her preparedness to roll up her sleeves makes her the unexpected queen of networking. If you want to be introduced to the person in charge, ask a Rabbit.

The Rabbit can wait her turn; vigilance and patience are typical. Her natural allies are the Pig and the Sheep. This is a house-proud team and the Rabbit is a team player. Her unexpected friend is the Dog who values her ability to charm without threat.

The Rabbit also belongs to the gathering known as the Flowers of Love (or Plumflowers) along with the Horse, the Rooster and Rat. She may often find herself clearing up behind these three extroverts and quite often the cuddle-bunny will obtain a life partner from the leavings of her more obviously glamorous colleagues.

The Rabbit tends to be conservative with a small “c”. Early rising is typical but this tendency to the yang of early alertness may be demonstrated by the yin of sleeping in. Lazybones or insomniac, sleeping is an issue.

Because of the unflattering connotations of the local word for Rabbit, in Vietnam this branch is called the Cat. Intuitively this does not sit right. The ideogram so clearly has ears. Yin wood relates to the eyes and to the Spring, leaves and flowers and grass, none of which are feline attributes.

In some ways the Rabbit epitomises yin. Yang wood may be best characterised as an upwards movement like the growth of a tree. Yin wood is more of an outward expansion like the spreading of grass. What these two expressions of wood have in common is irresistibility. But they are very different types of irresistibility. To counter yang wood we need yang metal: an axe will cut down the biggest tree. But you could attack a lawn with that same axe and not remove all the grass in a lifetime. This is the power of yin wood. Wood is both stubborn and flexible. Yin wood (as characterised by soen, the wind of the South East) is thorough as well as organised. Hexagram 53 of the Book of Changes, Gradual Progress describes this: the tree grows against all the odds either because it throws itself absolutely upon the mercy of the tao or because it has a detailed plan that it follows meticulously. Or both.

The Dragon is said to lose money when the Rabbit arrives. This may be because the Dragon is distracted by his neighbour who is so apparently different in nature. This is not a great pairing but the fact is that the Rabbit sitting between the Tiger and the Dragon shares qualities with both. Partnership with the Tiger is sometimes formalised as the House of Diplomacy. The Rabbit offers carrot while the Tiger wields a stick. This arrangement exemplifies the truism that more is achieved with a kind word and a gun than with a kind word alone.

Wood represents bone, spine and hair as well as eyes: the light is fire but the receiving organ is wood. The Rabbit is often not strong in these regards, unlike the Tiger. This is yin and yang.

You keep pushing and the boulder keeps rolling. You do stick with it, don’t you?! This year you maintain the impetus of the Dragon year. The yin Fire of the Snake demands the best of you which may not prove comfortable. Early on (perhaps as early as November 2012) you set the context; someone very exalted may say yes to you, allowing ambitious plans to proceed although delivering could take most of the year. Don’t look down or give into conventional cliches about what can and can’t be done by someone like you. Just get on and do it.

The Rabbit’s weakness is often modesty. This, the year of the Snake in the Grass is not about self-effacement or even irony. If the trumpet needs blowing, best to pucker up. Your resources, physical and other, may wear thin and there’s danger of self-pity. You can’t afford it. This is a year in which much is so because you say it is.

You know your own power in certain areas and not in others, which can make you over-dependent on good notices. What you may not have taken on is that your life is yours and anyone else’s endorsement is a bonus. It’s time to learn cooperation without giving away the farm. In your ba zi (or Four Pillars) this will relate to what was happening when your first Luck Pillar or Big Fate cut in. This could be as early as birth and won’t be later than age 10. I suggest you give this some deep thought: you are run by some pretty limiting decisions that could easily be brought to the light and given back to the universe from whence they came. The door is open. When I am teaching ba zi, I often leave students to “dream” equipped only with this date (easily calculated from birth details) and some evocative music. You tend also to suffer from a distinctive species of informed blindness. You research so well that there are no surprises and then suddenly there are and you find yourself denying the obvious. Deal with the world as it is. Avoid assumptions as far as possible.

There’s a great deal of travel on the cards, mostly to new places, pretty much all in successful pursuit of your objectives. You’ve been waiting long enough.

The Snake is not your natural ally; he demands too much for too little return but your momentum is set now, taking you all the way through to 2015 when on looking back, it will seem as if your history has been rewritten. You will be in considerable demand for altruistic and charitable causes. Choose well and don’t over-commit. Consult Hexagram 4: just once!

Rabbits are reluctant to reveal their minds to others and have a tendency to escape reality. They are too cautious and conservative, which means they miss good opportunities.

The Rabbit is quick, clever and ambitious, but seldom finishes what he starts. He epitomizes gentleness, refinement and elegance. He prefers situations that are perfectly favorable according to his specific desires and will bypass all obstacles and persons he does not find suitable. As a result, he is rarely angry, hostile or aggressive.

The Rabbit is the happiest sign of the Zodiac -- gifted, nice to be with, discreet, refined, reserved, ambitious but not too much so, and virtuous in the bargain. Nobody ignores Rabbits, for they are good company and know how to make the best of themselves. However, Rabbits are superficial and their good qualities are superficial also.

The Rabbit is a social creature, tactful, cool, and sensitive to others. Yet this calm can become aloof, the sensitivity can be quirky and thin-skinned, and the intelligence can become dilettantish.

Rabbits seem to be born with an innate sagacity, a natural shrewdness which makes them streetwise when it comes to the affairs of the world. Intuitive and with a canny understanding, they seem to possess an ability to see things before they happen, a talent which secures them the best deals both in business and in life, while also ensuring them financial stability and security. With perfect understanding of their partners, they frequently have the advantage, and in the practice of human relations, they are unrivaled in what requires subtle negotiations. They will undertake nothing before they have weighed the pros and cons and examined the deal from every angle. Because of this, people admire the Rabbit and take him into their confidence. He shines in trade, especially in some offbeat aspect of it like antiques, which permits him to capitalize on his good taste. Politics, diplomacy and the law all offer the Rabbit equally good opportunities -- provided always that he can live the tranquil life he craves within their orbit.

Style as well as an eye for beauty are especially associated with this group whose members possess refined tastes together with artistic skills. Highly creative people, art is of particular interest to them. Because of the Rabbit's built-in acquisitive nature, many become great collectors, filling their houses with beautiful paintings and objets d'art. In whatever walk of life Rabbits find themselves, they will always be distinguished by this sense of refinement and their cultured views. Elegant both physically and intellectually, Rabbits will always stand out from the crowd either as extremely stylish dressers or because they create an individualistic fashion statement of their own.

Under the influence of the Fire element, he is demonstrative, fun loving and affectionate and has more strength of character than others of his sign. Easy and natural, people respond well to him and his ideas because he expresses himself well. Despite his outgoing nature, he abhors direct confrontation, preferring to use subtle means to achieve his goals.

The Fire Rabbit is a very friendly and sociable person who loves socializing and getting along with everyone and is liked by a great deal of people for their honest qualities. The Fire Rabbits is a discreet and diplomatic person who has an extremely good understanding of the human nature and uses this knowledge in day to day life. he Fire Rabbit is a strong willed person and can go extremely far in life as long as they have the right support. They do not take hardship well and can become miserable and depressed when things do not go to plan. They are very good with children. The Rabbit has many desirable qualities and is very careful in life. They are intellectual, polite and peaceful people. They dislike any sort of unpleasantness and will always try to steer clear of arguments and disputes. They will always be able to calm a bad situation down and maintain peace. Rabbits have a great appreciation for art and the finer things in life; they also love to party, which will usually be at the upper class restaurants and nightspots in town. The Rabbit is a humorous and intellectual person who loves to be involved in a debate.

Their views and advice are always appreciated by others and are always portrayed as prudent and diplomatic people. They will rarely get angry and will turn a blind eye when there is something that displeases them just to keep the peace. They like to remain on good terms with everybody, but can get rather sensitive and will see any form of criticism as an insult aimed at them. They will quickly leave the area if there is any sort of trouble heading in their direction.

The Rabbit is a silent yet efficient worker and has an extremely good memory. They are extremely perceptive when it comes to business, but their level of accomplishment often depends on the conditions that prevail. They do not cope well when there is tension in the air or when they have to make a sudden decision. They will always try to plan everything that they do, if there is a busy week ahead at work they might make a list of jobs in order to get done etc.

Rabbits do not like to take risks and really don’t like it when a change is implemented. The Rabbit seeks a quiet and long established environment.

The Rabbit is meticulous and will succeed extremely well as a diplomat, lawyer, shopkeeper or priest as well as any other job where they can show their superb skills to big crowds of people. Rabbits will be very loyal to their employers and will never go behind their backs to rival companies. They adore their home and will spend a fortune maintaining it and fitting it with the latest gadgets, they Collect or do however love to collect, and this means there may be a lot of antiques around their home. They will spend a lot of time making sure their home is constantly clean.

The Rabbit is usually very lucky in life and often is blessed with being in the right place at the right time. They are very talented and quick thinking. They may sometimes put pleasure before work but this will usually be fine for the Rabbit as they are usually expected to live a life free of problems and pain;

Relationship Compatibility for the Rabbit

Which Lunar Animal sign best suits the Rabbit, when it comes to relationships?

Relationship compatibility within the Chinese Zodiac mostly takes into account the general characteristics for each animal. However, every individual will place their own unique twist on the basic characteristics. That being said, it’s always fun to read about how well (or not well) you match with your partner!


This couple may not work out as expectations might not be met and this combination does not bring out the best in either partner. The Rat is possessive and romantic while the Rabbit is quite passive. Although they are both charming, rarely would they be dedicated or giving enough to work it out.

The Rat is sociable, active and cunning by nature, while the Rabbit on the other hand, has a mild temperament and can be a little dim when it comes to strenuous activity and socializing; these differences may seem like a mismatch.

However, there are advantages that lie in their opposite personalities, and also in their similarities. Both Rat and Rabbit like being around family and set realistic goals in life; they are also both good with finances.

If both work hard and understand each other in their relationship, these two can be an excellent match. The Rat should appreciate the calmness and diplomacy of the Rabbit, and be careful not to criticize the Rabbit too much as the Rabbit will hop away! The Rabbit should realise that the Rat tries to do too many things at the same time, and can get stressed. Calm the busy Rat down and help the Rat prioritise so the Rat can be less stressed and in turn be a better partner!


The reliable Ox will find the friendly Rabbit attractive and vice versa. The Rabbit and Ox pair is another set of opposite personalities. However, the plus side is that the negativities of one partner are complemented by the positive traits of the other partner. The Rabbit likes to relax and will make sure the Ox does not work too hard. The Ox can have a big ego but the Rabbit’s diplomatic nature always ensures that the Ox’s feelings are not hurt.

One of the main differences in personality is the issue on sensitivity. The Rabbit is sentimental, gentle and much attuned to other people’s feelings, while the Ox lacks the sensitivity to understand and appreciate the Rabbit’s personality. The Ox needs to learn to be more tactful and not criticize the Rabbit too blatantly and hurt the Rabbit’s feelings. On the other hand, the Rabbit can be self-centered and desirous by nature, while the Ox is disciplined, realistic and virtuous.

Dear bulldozing Ox, if you don’t agree with what the Rabbit is doing, please don’t push the Rabbit too much. She may just hop away! Although this relationship may be difficult to maintain, if they truly care to make things work, this union will last for a long time.


The Rabbit is sensitive and bashful while the Tiger is loud and daring. The Rabbit may not appreciate spontaneity while the Tiger can’t stand emotional character. It takes a lot of effort if the couple want to make the relationship work. The Rabbit usually lets the Tiger be the dominant partner, which is initially pleasing for the Tiger.

The Tiger’s love for life and self-indulgent nature may prove to be too strong and colorful for the docile and quiet Rabbit, whose inclination is towards mental and creative achievements. The Rabbit feels that the Tiger lacks the zest in life, and while the Tiger is able to help solve the Rabbit’s problems, the Rabbit may not take the advice graciously. For the Tiger, a Rabbit partner could help build confidence and resoluteness, but the Tiger may not be too keen on learning it. This relationship revolves around many disadvantages, particularly in the quarrels and tensions that stem from the Tiger’s tendency to dominate over the Rabbit. Despite these differences, the pairing somehow manage to weld them together and make them better people. If they can overcome their differences, both will develop deep respect for each other, however, the combination will make better friends than as lovers.

In a Tiger wife and Rabbit husband relationship, initially they see much of each other’s weaknesses which can lead to conflict.

In a Tiger husband and Rabbit wife relationship, he appreciates to have someone sweet to come home to, while she loves his glamour. She appreciates the romance and poetry of the relationship; however it is wise for him to take things slow and gentle. In return, she will do all she can to make the relationship enticing and interesting.


The Rabbit pair can live together peacefully as both have an identical personality, enabling them to be perfect partners, friends, and companions. They are both intelligent and would do whatever that is necessary for the relationship to work. However, due to the Rabbit’s selfish personality, neither one of them would do more that what is required, making their relationship gratifying only up to a certain extent.

Rabbits tend to idealize relationships and not see the real picture, so when the spark of the relationship has dimmed, they tend to look to others for support. It is also due to this personality trait that matrimony between these two should be thought of carefully and equality is practiced. While the relationship thrives in all troubles, the weak point of the relationship appears when one partner feels he/she is bearing more responsibilities than the other. They are both perfectionist and have a difficult time overlooking defects in their partner. If they can overcome this, they will lead a happy life together.


The marriage between a Rabbit and Dragon is a realistic and positive combination. Although the Rabbit may like a cozy evening at home, and the Dragon on the other hand wants to go out, they both appreciate a supportive relationship, which they can achieve with some effort. While both have different personalities, one partner’s positive values complement the other partner’s short-comings and on top of that, they guide and support each other to better themselves in many ways. The Dragon allows the Rabbit to take on the dominant role with the knowledge that the Rabbit would always return for advice in most matters. The Dragon is capable and kind, and the Rabbit is determined enough for the both of them. Together, they form a relationship that contains everything that is needed for shared success.

This is a good marriage because their personalities complement each other, offering each other support, comfort, companionship and security. The Rabbit will arrange a comfortable home for the Dragon to return to, while the Dragon will comfort and protect when the Rabbit’s feeling down. This union will be a good one if they strive for their similarities and not let petty concerns interfere. They need to understand each other and address any doubts before it becomes a problem. If they focus on their dreams and hopes, they will make it.

In a Rabbit husband and Dragon wife relationship, it is not an advisable relationship. While she may be attracted to him at first, soon their differences will be too apparent. He will eventually find it difficult to overlook her flaws and feel pressured to meet her needs for admiration.

In a Rabbit wife and Dragon husband relationship, her fragility is very attractive to him while his generosity and personality attracts her to him. Her ability to charm him will help smooth any frustrations he may have.


These two are compatible to a good degree particularly due to the couple’s common preferences which hold the relationship together. They also tend to enhance each other’s stronger points by means of encouragement, however, at times the snake can be too demanding. The disadvantage lies in the egoistic and insecurity tendencies of both partners, and should they decide to lean on a negative mindset, it would put their relationship in jeopardy. Money is another issue, as both enjoy buying beautiful things but the Rabbit will worry over money continuously. If they overcome these issues, they can have a happy relationship.

The two signs form a peaceful combination. The Snake is forceful and dominant while the other will be open to his way of thinking. However, both these signs are not very accommodating and they may tend to neglect each other for their personal achievements. Fortunately, the Rabbit will not be too upset if its partner is busy with work and pays little attention, so long as the partner is able to provide for the family.

They share very similar preferences, thus these two can achieve harmony both mentally and romantically.

In a Rabbit husband and Snake wife relationship, her extravagance may lead to disagreements as he often keeps a tight hold on financial situations. She appears irresponsible to him but usually she gets things done her way. They will have great conversation together until their differences come up, and if they do not overcome it, all will be lost.

In a Rabbit wife and Snake husband relationship, they appear to be the perfect match. They are both sociable and charming, but very moody. He can be irresponsible at times, making her take charge of certain situations. His wandering eyes can also cause her to feel low-esteemed.


This relationship will never work unless each partner gets adjusted to the other. Because the Rabbit is sensitive and conservative, while the Horse is fickle and hasty; both may find each other quite insufferable. He prefers solitude, while she is constantly on the go. The both of them are usually too self absorbed that they don’t take the time and effort to make the relationship work.

These two signs may not find harmony because of the differences in their personalities. Although the Rabbit can be affectionate and encouraging once the Horse reaffirms his dedication and capability to provide for the family, the Horse often gets annoyed to have the Rabbit place all the responsibility and hopes solely on him. Although the Horse will definitely perform well, the Rabbit cannot tolerate uncertainty and insecurity. This results in a discontented and unhappy relationship. For this relationship to work; the Rabbit must learn to be independent and the Horse needs to learn to focus on the relationship. If they can do this, the relationship is likely to work.

In a Rabbit husband and Horse wife relationship, it can be a very difficult pairing for them. He likes to stay home while she enjoys going out. Fights over money, women’s rights and other issues may likely split them up.

In a Rabbit wife and Horse husband relationship, there is a good chance for success. She will let him make decisions and be the perfect housewife. His confidence and liveliness helps her to release anxiety. They may fight over finances.


Both Rabbit and Sheep have common preferences and are sensitive to each other’s needs. Their personalities complement each other in a very powerful way and they are a very compatible pair. The Rabbit respects the Sheep’s kindness and sensitivity, and finds the Sheep reliable enough to make decisions for the both of them. They both value order and harmony above everything else, which lead them to support each other in times of need; and they are hopelessly romantic and affectionate. This combination will experience domestic bliss as long as there is no excessive reliance of each partner on the other.

Both have personalities that may be very compatible. If the Rabbit takes the lead, the Sheep will receive much help to achieve great things with the Sheep’s talents, and also put things in order when the Sheep tends to be too generous. The Rabbit will provide the right environment and push for success, and the Sheep will be grateful to for all that the Rabbit has done. They are both attuned to each other’s moods and will try to keep each other happy. In this marriage, they can achieve much more than just love and happiness.

However, both can be rather anxious, so they tend to anticipate the ups and downs in the relationship. They may also get influenced by each other’s mood, making what was a small problem into something enormous.

In a Rabbit husband and Sheep wife relationship, they may have small arguments, but when it comes to the major ones, they get along just fine. They both feel emotionally secure with each other.

In a Rabbit wife and Sheep husband relationship, they will make a charming pair. He loves to flirt, and she can tolerate it up to a certain level. If he goes beyond, she will get upset.


Hostilities may develop in this relationship. The Monkey’s self inflated opinion of himself may make the Rabbit feel put down; on top of that, the Monkey is always irritated by the Rabbit’s anxiety and brooding. They are both able to look through others, which may put their relationship on the rocks as they may not find anything interesting in each other. These two are not a desirable match unless there is something to gain from the commitment, which will encourage both of them to cooperate. Although they make excellent friends, when it comes to romance, everything that made them the best of friends is what pulls them apart.

Both sides in this relationship have a totally different attitude toward life. While the Monkey is an innovative thinker as well as a captivating performer in life, the Rabbit may be somewhat superficial besides being polite and friendly. The Monkey very often needs a lot of care and praise in order to be charming and in love always. The Rabbit in contrast is reserved in nature rather than actively searching for pleasure. The Monkey enjoys a life filled with dispute and controversy while the other dislikes rebellion. However, both are realistic and willing to take the step to make changes to keep the flame alight.

In a Rabbit husband and Monkey wife relationship, their relationship works on their love for theoretical conversations. He dislikes changes or unexpected surprises while she likes the total opposite. He may a little rigid for her taste, but she will admit defeat when she is wrong.

In a Rabbit wife and Monkey husband relationship, she finds it difficult to put up with his flirting nature. She will need to learn how to open up and give up some of her quiet ways. He may be irresponsible in certain areas, but he does remember all the little things that makes her happy, although he may forget some major events.


The Rooster is too straightforward, perfectionist and efficient to entertain the Rabbit’s playful character. They are both knowledgeable but in a uniquely unusual way. The Rabbit values solitude especially when worried over something; the Rooster on the other hand would not take the Rabbit seriously and instead of support, would make the Rabbit’s faults known to others. The two of them can make life very uncomfortable for each other.

The relationship is highly unlikely to work. Both individuals are poles apart from each other. The Rooster is proud, conceited and considers himself superior to others, whereas the Rabbit is sensitive, artistic and potentially vulnerable.

This conflict will be particularly apparent during arguments.

The Rooster’s lack of skillful means will cause nothing but pain to the Rabbit’s heart. The Rabbit will not stay for long, as the Rooster’s response will be to retreat and remain in silence.

In a Rabbit husband and Rooster wife relationship, he may be pessimistic and depressed. They both have very different views on life. Both are hardworking and realistic, and if they can work through their differences, the relationship may work.

In a Rabbit wife and Rooster husband relationship, he will often criticize her, which she will not take too well especially when it is about her daily tasks.


The relationship between a Rabbit and Dog is a very satisfying and fulfilling one. Both parties will only make reasonable demands on each other. The Dog admires the Rabbit’s charming ways and is very loyal even when the Rabbit is not in his best mood. The Rabbit feels secure and always relies on the Dog’s support and practical assessment of a problematic situation, since the Dog is the more positive of the two. As a complement, the Rabbit is always sensitive to know what’s bothering the Dog.

This union is set up for long-term success, with the Rabbit’s charm and diplomacy matching up well to the Dog’s honesty and agreeable nature. Although they will come together for activities that have a purpose, by nature both are cooperative and so will allow each other the freedom necessary to develop on their own. The materialistic Rabbit will need luxury, but the less materialistic Dog will understand. With so much understanding from both parties, they will see one another as unique, rather than possessing annoying quirks. They like to live quietly, and although not filled with excitement, it is one that will last.

In a Rabbit husband and Dog wife relationship, they need to pay more attention to depression as both can end up focusing on negative issues simultaneously. They get along very well and support each other, and have a strong sense of duty.

In a Rabbit wife and Dog husband relationship, they will work together for the welfare of others.


This partnership makes a very happy couple. They love to stay at home, but their life is never dull. The Rabbit is clever and talented, able to negotiate his way out of trouble. It is these characteristics that the Pig is attracted to. The Pig is dependable and obedient; and the Rabbit will be grateful to have a devoted and unselfish partner. They do not look for each other’s faults, instead they count their blessings for having each other.

The diplomatic and peace-loving Rabbit makes a good match for the courageous Pig whose dedication to its partner will be reciprocated with an appreciated resilience. The Rabbit’s subtlety and cautious nature may contrast sharply with the Pig’s openness and warmth, but it only means the Rabbit is the perfect recipient for the affection and luxuries the selfless Pig is only too happy to give.

In a Rabbit wife and Pig husband relationship, he is easy going while she is a perfectionist. She may get annoyed by his propensity to sulk, and may appear to be materialistic. However, they can overcome this and benefit each other in the relationship.

In a Rabbit husband and Pig wife relationship, they have a gentle and tender relationship. They appreciate each other. Their relationship will be free of material worries if he is careful with his finances. They will be extremely happy with all aspects of their life <poem>