I am straining to think back to the class in parisitology I took. I cannot quite remember the specifics, but rabbits can carry some nasty parasites than humans can easily get. I would either cook, or freeze for 48 hours before consumption.
You should read "Catching Fire - How Cooking Made Us Human" by Richard Wrangham.
Human beings cooking meat is not a recent phenomenon. We started cooking meat at least a quarter of a million years ago (and it may have been as long ago as half a million years). Consequently, the digestive systems of humans evolved and became adapted for eating cooked meat (and we lost the ability to properly digest raw meat).
The digestive systems of dogs are adapted to eating raw meat. A dogs stomach accounts for 75% of it's digestive system (the human stomach accounts of only 20% of our digestive system).
The idea that eating raw meat is somehow "getting back to nature" or eating like our ancestors is--to be blunt--100% wrong. Our ancestors ate cooked meat.
Animals need to eat the type of foods their digestive systems were designed for. Put a dog on a diet of cooked meat, they get fat (because it is too easily digested) and sick.
Put a human on a diet of raw meat, they get thin (because they can't properly digest it), and they get sick.
You are not being more natural, real, or healthy by eating raw meat. In fact, it is just the opposite for humans: unnatural, unreal, and unhealthy.