What happens when my bunny is wet and is freezing almost to death?
Your bunny should never be wet. Never give it a bath.
It can be. Literally, freezing to death means that your body temperature drops so low that you cannot stay alive. However, many people use this as an exaggeration to mean that they are just cold. They might reach for a sweater and say "I'm freezing to death in here with that air conditioning blowing!"
Hypothermia, a precursor to death from freezing, occurs when body temperatures slip below about 35.0° C (95.0° F). Given that most of the Antarctic continent exists in below-freezing temperatures, hypothermia is possible within about an hour without proper extreme cold weather clothing, and death by freezing will follow.
No : there is a bunny called phenix who got burned almost to death by kids in the USA, and lost both his ears. He still lives today, and with love and care he is happy in his new family. In the wild, he would have been an easy prey because having no ears doesn't help hearing and escaping predators, but in houses there is no real problem.
Death of the Easter Bunny I've always heard that there is actually a family of Easter bunnies and the dad bunny is the one that delivers the Easter treats at Easter. When the dad bunny dies or wants to retire, the oldest one of his sons becomes the Easter bunny, and it goes from one generation to the next like that.
smoking can affectsomeones life very dramatically. one of the affect can be getting cancer or even another type of illness involving cancer. For women this happens often. Another affect might be if your a pregnant woman. If pregnant, you should not smoke. Smoking can give serious injuries and even leave your child at great risk. Many would include death..... FUNNY BUNNY FUNNY BUNNY FUNNY BUNNY AND YA DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH IT
As long as the bunny is not stuck somewhere it should come back. However, you need to have a really good look, because if the bunny is injured or stuck somewhere she will end up starving/dehydrating to death. Look behind tight spaces, in pianos (it has been known) anywhere you can think of that the bunny could have crawled.