What bunny is a good bunny for allergy sufferers?
It really depends on the allergy as to which bunny is best, if any at all. Bunnies do shed, so if it is a hair allergy then any bunny will cause problems (although the Rex breeds do shed a LOT less than the “normal” furred breeds). If it is a dander allergy, then a bunny is usually a very good choice as they don’t produce dander. If it is an allergy to the amonia in the urine, then again any bunny would be a bad bunny. If it a feed or hay allergy, also any bunny = bad choice.