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Chinese Zodiac Romance: Who Is the Rabbit Compatible With?

The Rabbit is seen as a smart and tactful sign in the Chinese Zodiac. They think everything through and rarely act impulsively, which can seem a bit jarring to the more carefree signs out there. So, what’s their zodiac compatibility like?

The Rabbit is compatible with Dog, Sheep/Goat, and Pig. They share a high tendency of emotional intimacy with Dogs. The imaginative Goat is attracted to the artsy Rabbit. Rabbits make a dream couple with Pigs since both signs are equally forgiving and loving. But they strongly clash with the Roosters.

Rabbits tend to be tough and cautious at the start of their relationships, and they won’t let their guard down as quickly as some of the other signs, but they’re super nice once they open up. Read on to see how they match up to their pairs and clashes!

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Rabbit Compatibility with the Pig

Pigs are full of life, and the passionate Rabbit has a special appreciation for this quality. In return, the Pig also loves the Rabbit’s artsy tendencies and how they keep making creative improvements around the house.

These two signs form a seamless bond that’s filled with fun and mutual adoration.

They’re also good at handling each other’s weaknesses, such as the Rabbit’s pessimism and the Pig’s earthiness. Both signs find ways to accept each other’s imperfections since they’re both known to be two of the most compassionate signs in the Chinese Zodiac.

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Rabbit Compatibility with the Sheep/Goat

If you’re a Sheep and just can’t get enough romance in your relationships, look for a Rabbit soulmate. Both signs are imaginative enough to come up with the most butterfly-inducing ideas and sensitive enough to respond well to them.

But the sheep compatibility of a rabbit isn’t just through romance. Even as friends, the two signs always find ways to have tons of fun.

Neither character is a nay-sayer when trying new things, thanks in part to their imaginative nature. They’re easy to please and draw pleasure from sharing their happiness. So, a rabbit and a sheep can have a fun time with an activity as simple as painting.

The rabbit isn’t overly ambitious, but thankfully, neither is the sheep. Together, the couple lives in the moment and always finds a way to make the best out of it.

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Rabbit Compatibility with the Dog

Dogs and Rabbits share a natural tendency for building a deep mutual connection. The dog finds the perfect channel for its innate loyalty with a rabbit since rabbits are always there for them in times of need.

Besides love and support, the rabbit is also a remarkable homemaker. They pay great attention to details on every aspect of the exterior and interior, making it the perfect place to live in harmony for the dog and rabbit.

Since both the signs are generally empathetic, they won’t go around throwing hurtful remarks at each other, especially during an ugly argument. They both take a step back and get quieter in conflict, but the dog will most likely initiate a productive conversation to fix things.

Overall, the dog’s rabbit compatibility is superb.

  • Sheep/Goat and Pig are “Three Harmony”, or “Elemental” combinations.
  • The Dog is a “Six Harmony” combination.
  • Bonus combination: Rabbit + Tiger + Dragon = “Directional” or “Seasonal” combination. The Rabbit is the central figure, the Tiger and Dragon have no affinity otherwise.


In Vietnam the Rabbit is called the Cat! There are a few theories around why this is the case, but no-one seems to agree on the etymology. A cat is usually considered to be a Tiger, so who knows exactly where this began.

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Primary Clash: Rooster

As far as romantic sparks are concerned, there’s little to nothing of that sort between the Rooster and Rabbit. The Chinese Zodiac compatibility standards put this pair as one of the least compatible matchups out there, and that’s saying something.

From the Rabbit’s point of view, everything about the Rooster is rough and messy. The Rabbit is the exact opposite, which is what starts most of the arguments between the two.

The Rooster would have to act civilized while the Rabbit must be extremely patient to make things work. If they manage to do that, the fine minds of both these signs can work wonders together.

The Rabbit's Difficult Relationships

The Rabbit has differences with the Dragon*, Rat, and Horse, though the differences won’t be nearly as bad as a Rooster matchup.

  • The Rabbit and Rooster are “Cardinal” signs along with the Rat and Horse. The biggest hurdle is working out who’s the boss on a daily basis.
  • The Rooster combines with the Dragon, so “the friend of my enemy is my enemy” comes into play. This is one of the “Six Harms”. * If the Tiger is present, the Dragon combines instead of harming.


People born in the year of the Rabbit tend to have an exciting personality consisting of wits, intelligence, and a strategic mindset.

However, only their closest loved ones can really get to know them.

Their relatively pessimistic nature doesn’t allow them to trust people so quickly, which is why love interests would need to work extra hard to get Rabbits to let their guard down. According to the zodiac signs compatibility, Dogs, Goats, and Pigs would have the best shot at that!

Chinese Zodiac and Astrology Resources

Here is a list of books, websites, services, courses that we recommend. 

This extensive manual discusses how the five elements work on relationships, how people connect and depart, why some are destined to enjoy a great spouse while others have to struggle to get their fair share. It uses many well-known celebrities as illustrations. Once you have grasped the principles that govern relationships, not only will you be able to identify individuals with whom you can work with, you will also have the insight to find the right person to share your life with.

By world-renowned Lunar BaZi experts Lily Chung Ph.D. and Dr. Jin Peh.

144 Astrological Archetypes that reveal more about you than you knew about yourself. Secrets of the Combined Astrology is a comprehensive work focusing on the 144 combinations created when the 12 Chinese signs (Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Boar) meet the 12 Western Zodiac signs (Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces). Starting with the traditional four BAZI pillars i.e. day, month, year and time of birth, this information is converted into Astrological language the Western world understands, making what is otherwise a very complicated process easily accessible by the mainstream. Celebrities and public figures are used as references to illustrate each individual combination.

By Zakariya Adeel.

Nine Star Ki is the astrological companion to Feng Shui. It is a straightforward, yet profound astrological system found in Japan, China, and Tibet which helps us to understand ourselves and our relationship with others. Offering clear and practical guidance which anyone can use, it enables us to work profitably with our strengths and challenges in all areas of life.

By Robert Sachs.

Love is, of all passions, the strongest, for it attacks simultaneously the head, the heart and the senses. –Lao Tzu
Whether it’s a passionate quickie or an orgasmic marathon, few things can equal the intense pleasure of love and sex. Now, with Chinese Sexual Astrology, you and your partner can learn how to fuse your spiritual, mental and physical energies to achieve complete satisfaction. Similar to the ancient Chinese pillow books, which were popular wedding gifts for couples, this book contains everything from astrological compatibility charts to ancient advice for igniting passion. Each of the twelve Chinese astrological signs has its own unique blend of touch, pleasurable sensations and turn ons.

By Shelly Wu.

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