I hope they weren't real, that's kinda creepy... walking around with a decapitated, mummified rabbit foot.
Not very lucky for the rabbit was it?
I am sure you can go on the internet and get them without going to California or Vegas. <br />
If you believe something is lucky it will be. The fact is they are rabbits they raise for their meat and fur so to use a foot to make more money isn't cruel. When you raise rabbits for profit it is like raising a cow for it's meat, cow hide. <br />
So why is it that people are saying such negative things about something they may do each day, and that is use animal products for food and everything else? <br />
The rabbit isn't farmed on the scale of the cow!
....i-in... in drugstores..?<br />
They sell them at souvenir shops at Knott's Berry Farm (an amusement park) in California... They're real--but I don't see how they hold any sort of luck. That's like saying, "This is my lucky killing gun! It's killed everyone I have pointed it at!"
I have a five leaf clover... It's actually brought me some darn good luck--then again, they say luck is what you make out of it. If you have a mindset of "luck" you usually see things with a more positive light.
I don't know why there were suppose to be lucky...it sure wasn't lucky for the rabbit.
My thoughts exactly.
omg...rabbit in tiny wheelchair...you're killing me...
They sell them in Las Vegas at the souvenir stores. Insane what silly traditions take hold of people.