Appeared on a sign advertising rabbits for sale in Flint, Michigan, in Michael Moore's 1989 documentary film Roger and Me. Not many things are equally suitable for pets or meat, but apparently bunnies are. The woman raising and selling the rabbits in the movie is just trying to make ends meet in an economically depressed town. She sells them live for pets or meat, or she'll butcher them upon request (presumbably for customers who've chosen the meat option). She also raises them for her own consumption.