So this is the second SCP I've had a go at writing. My first was, of course, a complete disaster, but I tried to apply some of the criticism I got to this one. Personally I like the idea behind this one, but I almost feel it needs to be scarier? That said, I like the seemingly innocuous nature of the idea - that it all just starts with making little bunnies.
Not as terrible as you made it sound like it would be. As in, it's readable, no grammatical errors (one spelling: furniture), and holds the tone of the Foundation quite well.
However, if you were aiming for scary, you missed. For me at least; the scary bone is located in different parts of the body for everyone (adapted Stephen King quote). I get what you're hinting at with the ending, though…gruesome, but not scary. That being said, there's no reason you shouldn't make this SCP. Although there is a fair share of obsession SCPs on the site, it's not so overdone that you need to scrap this one.
There's always room for improvement. I found this one a bit short and lacking; as in, I wanted to know more. How did the Foundation find this? What about the infected people still "loose"? What do we do with the bunnies? Perhaps you might want to add a bit more on how the obsession takes place…not too much more, understand. Because the Foundation doesn't care. But enough so that we are drawn in and captured by your web, without making the web too sticky.
That last sentence made no sense.
P.S. Still better than mine.
Cheers for taking a look bookwizard!
See I'm trying to locate the scary in this that all it takes is for you to see an example of the stuffed rabbit for the SCP to start to take you over. Rolling into this is that it's a rather innocent little object, something you could imagine a child bringing home (or, since it mostly only infects women, a partner/father). I'm just not sure how to put it into foundation-words.
I don't want to give people too much information, since the last SCP I tried to write descended into complete technobabble territory. I also want to say it's a memetic effect but I'm super worried about using memetic in the wrong way (even after reading the guide on it!), so have avoided saying it outright.
And you're right on the last sentence haha. I think I added that at like 3am before heading to bed.