And it's a pretty good bet that Ms. Edwards will get to raise the world's NEXT BFR, as Roberto and Amy have been going at it for quite some time now "in their reinforced hutch". Well, they don't go at it "all the time" in the reinforced hutch. That's because Amy is now so big she has to sleep outside. In a dog kennel. (Yep, that Roberto has a pretty sweet deal going on. A little BFR lovin' and then she's out the door!)
I don't know that rabbits capable of feeling jealousy. And even if they were, I don't know that they would know what to do about it. I mean, if you were a rabbit and you felt jealous, would you know the protocol that has been, historically, laid out by humans for humans? Do you think you'd know to start stalking the other rabbit? Calling it's hutch and hanging up? Driving by it's hutch several times a day? Always wondering if the other rabbit was cheating on you? Constantly thinking that your little bunny offspring might not be yours? Contemplate going on Springer, etc? I doubt you would. And neither would the non-jealous BFRs.