Righteous Rabbit
Rabbits tend to be depicted as good guys
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Rabbits are usually presented as the good guys in fiction. When they aren't Trickster Rabbits.

The more general trope for this is What Measure Is a Non-Cute?: cute fuzzy animals are usually the good guys, and ugly creepy ones are usually the bad guys. See also Rascally Rabbit.

Related to Good Animals, Evil Animals, and Animal Stereotypes. Contrast with Reptiles Are Abhorrent and Hair-Raising Hare.

Examples:

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  • Tom Strong had an animal equivalent in talking rabbit Warren Strong.
  • Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, a member of the Captain Marvel family.
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