The Rabbit Nursery Feature is broken up into three consecutive development stages (quest sets) that you can complete at your own pace. If you are level 12 or higher, you will see the following pop up. Clicking on the “Place Rabbit Nursery” button will give you the ability to place the Nursery Frame on your Farm.
Building the Rabbit Nursery:
Before you can start raising your baby Rabbits, you will need to build your Nursery. Your first step is collecting Building Materials. You will need the following items to start building your Rabbit Nursery:
- Bunny Litter Boxes
- Rabbit Pellets
Now that the Nursery is almost complete, you will need a little help from your Neighbors to finish the job.
Using your Rabbit Nursery (Development Quests):
Raising a baby Rabbit requires love, affection, and special attention. That’s why the Rabbit Nursery is here to help you! The Nursery is broken up into three development stages (quest sets): Choose an Ability, Choose a Personality, and Name Your Rabbit. Each development stage (quest set) has three tasks that have to be completed. As you complete each development stage, you will unlock the next stage.
Once your Nursery is up, you will need to place one baby Rabbit inside.
Note: You can train any baby Rabbit on your Farm or from the General Store in the Nursery, including the ones available for Coins. Click on the Rabbit Nursery to open the Quest Menu.
Development Quests – Ability:
The first step is to pick an Ability for your baby Rabbit. You can choose between a Fertilizer Bonus, a Wool Bonus (you will receive one extra Fertilizer or Wool every time you feed the Adult Rabbit) and an Appetite Bonus (your Adult Rabbit will be hungry in half the amount of time guaranteed).
Note: You can only choose one Ability per baby Rabbit. In addition, the quests will differentiate depending on what Ability and/or Personality you choose.
Development Quests – Choose a Personality:
The next step is to pick a Personality for your baby Rabbit. You can choose between Mischievous, Affectionate, and Tumbler. The Personality you pick will determine how your baby Rabbit will behave once it is an adult (e.g. animate).
Note: You can only choose one Personality per baby Rabbit.
Development Quests – Name:
The final step is to name your baby Rabbit. You can use up to 14 characters (with spaces).
Note: You can only name your Rabbit while in regular Screen mode (e.g. not in Full Screen mode).
For a limited time only, you can earn special Celery Crop Packets! In order to earn these Packets, you must train three baby Rabbits, regardless of their Ability and/or Personality. As you train each baby Rabbit, a green check mark will appear on the cards to indicate what parts of the mini quest have been completed.
Note: You have limited time to earn the Celery Crop Packet. If you do not train all three of the baby Rabbits within the allotted time, the Crop Packet will disappear and you will be unable to claim it.
- You can only send baby Rabbits in the Nursery.
- You can re-use the Nursery to train as many Rabbits as you’d like.
- If you do not wish to use the Rabbit Nursery feature, it can be sold (frame only) or stored in your Inventory.
- You are limited to six Rabbit Nurseries per Farm. You can get up to two more Rabbit Nurseries for free, and up to four more Rabbit Nurseries for Farm Bucks from the General Store.