Bridget knows that she can't eat like this every day. Her appetite (and wallet) has its limits, after all. But every so often, she'll make her way to a diner or restaurant she likes, make a big order, and really gorge herself. She isn't a particularly messy eater, but she isn't one to savor her meal either, shoveling food into her gullet with reckless abandon, taking big bites and barely chewing before she swallows them.
And since she was treating herself already, can you really blame her for grabbing that tasty-looking rabbit waitress when she came by to check on how Bridget was enjoying the meal? It's not like Bridget had planned to eat anything other than the diner food, it had just been so easy to shove the slender rabbit down her grease-slicked gullet, forcing her down into the half-chewed mush before going right back to devouring the diner food.
She may be getting a few odd looks from the other customers (those who even noticed anything happened during the short time it took to slurp up that waitress), and it may be getting a bit difficult to fit in the booth, but Bridget has every intention of staying to finish the meal she paid for. Unless someone else wanders too close to her table, in which case she might just end up too full and have to get a to-go box.