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Chicago, IL

This shop is:

  • Neuro Divergent Owned
  • Person(s) with Disabilities Owned
  • LGBTQIA+ Owned

Sober, Queer, Non-Binary Cartoonist and Rabbit Enthusiast

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Sober, Queer, Non-Binary Cartoonist and Rabbit Enthusiast


Hi! I'm Whitney (they/them) and I draw Sober Rabbit, which is a webcomic about recovery. I'm based in Chicago and originally from Arkansas. I got sober (from all substances) in 2016 and started the webcomic on Instagram in 2019 to blow off steam about how hard early recovery was! What started as a doodle then turned into a 3x weekly comic strip and now, a full blown small business. I'm a business so small that it's just me, in fact! I've now expanded into two online storefronts, this one and Big Cartel, where I sell comics, acrylic pins and original art.

I love drawing stuff for people in recovery -- so check out my stores for gifts for the sober people in your life -- and drawing stuff that makes me laugh. Check out my store for the following recurring themes: pigeons, possums, rabbits, sparkling water, recovery and 12 step humor, comics and more. I look forward to updating my store with designs so good that I wear them myself. My favorite styles? I love Extra Soft t-shirts and the French Terry sweatshirts.

To learn more about me and what I'm up to, follow me on Instagram at @soberabbit or visit my website at If you love my art and want to receive ONE OF A KIND ART IN THE MAIL (!!!), consider joining my Patreon:


Please that note that for Threadless, I do not handle packing, shipping, any side of the fulfillment of end of thing; the only thing I control is the digital storefront! If you have any questions about product availability (as in, you'd like to see one design on a different product) or feedback about item quality, please send me an email at

Unhappy with the shipping time? Did a product come to you broken or otherwise weird and bad? It happens from time to time, especially due to pandemic labor shortages. Please please don't hesitate to contact Threadless directly because they have pretty stellar customer service. I recommend sending them an email and then following up if you don't hear from them in a few days. As a customer on here myself, I've had great service -- they should be able to make right anything that's off.


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