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Tallullu has given you a great link! regarding bonding.
I just wanted to add a safety tip: Be sure the cats nails are always trimmed. Even during play, when I cat is not trying to harm a rabbit, it can scratch a bunny. I've heard of bunny's eyes being scratched and even if it's just a skin wound, rabbits have a tendency to develop abscesses from cuts, bites and scratches.
Also, your bunny is reaching sexual maturity at 4 months and may try to get fresh with the cats, even females will hump to show dominance, which in turn could cause the cats to get agitated, aggressive or scared - which in turn could cause them to lash out with their paws.
Also be careful that the cats can't reach in with their paws into the bunny pen/cage.
Tallullu - I went into your post and created a direct link from your posted address to rabbit and cat site.
It is such a great resource and i wanted to make it easier for people to get to it - just by clicking on it. In the future if you want to do it yourself, you do that by: After you paste the link, you click on the little world icon with a chain link in front of it (in toolbar, 2nd row, 3rd icon from the right - location may vary slightly depending on your engine)
Then you just paste the link in the window there and click OK.