Rabies is transmitted only when mucous membranes are exposed to the saliva and brain matter from the rabid animal. It is not recommended that you eat animals with rabies. Although it is very rare that a rabbit would even have rabies.
Regardless of which rabid animal you might be trying to eat, the contraction of the disease would most likely come while you were handling and preparing the ‘meal’ … NOT when actually eating it. It would absolutely be possible to properly prepare a rabid rabbit without contraction of the disease – milk has been drunk from rabid cows under careful scrutiny with no signs of transmission. But please, use gloves/mask/bleach.
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