Do you want to live to be 100 years old? Have you ever thought about the fact that it takes a lot of time, effort and dedication on your part? Well, there are plenty of ways that bunnies can help! In this blog post, we will discuss 10 ways bunny names can help you live past 100.
By adopting a bunny, you are making someone’s life better. Not only does this mean that the person will be happier but it also means they’ll have something to live for! You might think that having an animal is just about getting your own needs met; however, it has been proven time and again that animals can make people feel a lot more positive about their world and themselves in general. One study found that if you give 100 lonely seniors pets like dogs or cats, not only do those individuals see improved social well being but so did everyone around them who interacted with them at least twice per week.
When you adopt one of our bunnies here at Bunny World Rescue League (BWRL), we help find them a loving forever home. In addition, BWRL provides each adoptable bunny with:
A spay or neuter surgery to prevent reproduction and possible health problems
Flea and tick prevention such as Revolution for cats and dogs
Rabies vaccinations (if they are old enough) at four months of age or older in order to comply with state law requirements
Veterinary care when needed including some medications which may include antibiotics, ear mite treatment, insulin shots, wound dressing supplies, etc. – The more bunnies you adopt the more we can save! If everyone adopts just one bunny our rescue will be able to help even more needy rabbits find their happy ending. They’ll also get some new bunny friends!
Socializing and handling regularly to help them get used to humans so they are less skittish when adopted
Training your bunny with a litterbox, jumping off the top of the cage or hutch onto newspaper, and chewing toys like hay cubes or safe natural branches for rabbits. Bunnies don’t have teeth that last forever (in fact their front incisor teeth never stop growing!) which means it is important that you provide things for them to chew on instead of wood furniture if possible – otherwise they risk tooth decay.
The opportunity to live in a loving home with plenty of space and time outside where they can play freely without being confined indoors all day long! We want our bunnies’ lives to be as enjoyable and fun as possible, so that they live the longest lives in happiness.
If you are able to adopt or foster a bunny who needs love, then please do! You will make such an impact on their life.
Consider adopting two bunnies at once – this is only recommended if there is plenty of space within your home for both animals and with lots of time spent outside every day. Two rabbits can provide each other company not just while playing but also when eating hay cubes or resting together after climbing up onto one hutch ledge which makes it easier sometimes than having just one rabbit all alone. I have done this and my bunbuns get along great 🙂
Giving them fresh veggies from our gardens or from the store is a great way to get them lots of nutrients.
Consider volunteering at your local animal shelter – it’s so rewarding and you’ll be able to see all kinds of animals, including rabbits!
Rabbits need their teeth trimmed every few months by a veterinarian in order for them to eat better and avoid dental problems like pain, infection, difficulty eating dry food pellets, weight loss or even death. Teeth should never grow too long as they will start cutting through the rabbit’s cheek tissue; this can lead to severe infections which are painful and difficult (sometimes impossible) to treat.
The following foods have been shown anecdotally on social media sites such as Facebook groups dedicated specifically for folks interested in ways to live to 100 years or more, that they have been helpful in delaying the onset of diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s:
Eating at least six servings a day of blueberries
Drinking filtered water every day
Finding ways to be physically active for an hour each week. If you can’t find time for this try walking 50 blocks about four times a month! Talk with your doctor before starting any new exercise program.
Making sure you get enough sleep – aim for eight hours; it has many benefits including improved mood and decreased likelihood of weight gain. You’ll also need less caffeine when you’re well rested because lack of sleep leads to high levels of cortisol (stress hormones) which makes us crave sugar and high-calorie foods.
Avoiding excessive amounts of alcohol and caffeine
Getting enough omega-polyunsaturated fats in your diet, which can be found in leafy greens like spinach or kale as well as nuts, seeds, salmon, and walnuts
Doing at least one act of kindness every day! This has been shown to boost moods and make people feel more connected with others – so it’s a win for mental health AND longevity. Plus when you do an act of kindness you’re likely to get that good feeling back tenfold doing something nice for someone else!
Fruits are delicious but they also have the ability to significantly extend our lives by delaying the onset diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Maintaining a healthy, balanced diet can help you live longer by reducing the risk of developing chronic conditions like obesity and diabetes – not to mention all the other benefits that come with eating well! For example, people who eat more fruits and veggies are less likely to develop heart disease or suffer from strokes. A high-quality supplement is also important for vitamin deficiencies in some cases
Insufficient sleep has been linked with many health issues including weight gain and cardiovascular problems as it disrupts hormones involved in appetite regulation, blood sugar control, immune function, mood stabilization etc. Sleep deprivation over time can lead to higher levels of cortisol which affects our metabolism (and leaves us feeling hungry) plus an increase of ghrelin, which makes us crave sugar and starch.
If you want to live a long time, try some of these tips:
Eat plenty of fruits & vegetables – the more colorful your plate is (or bowl), the better! Load up on leafy greens like kale or spinach for protein too. Sleep at least seven hours per night – powerful stuff! Take care of yourself by standing when possible in front of a mirror everyday and focusing on feeling happy about who you are inside and out. Remember, love begets loving thoughts that create loving feelings..which will make it easier to be kinder to yourself. That can lengthen our lives because kindness has been shown to have an impact on immunity among other things. Wear a smile – literally. Smiling can make us feel happier which then boosts our immune system, slows aging by reducing the production of cortisol and also makes people around you happy (and think it’s contagious). Avoid negative thoughts at all costs! If we are thinking negatively about anything in life, this will lead to anxiety or depression which weakens our immune system and increases inflammation often leading to many other health issues like heart disease. Eat plenty of fruits & vegetables – the more colorful your plate is (or bowl), the better! Load up on leafy greens like kale or spinach for protein too Sleep at least seven hours per night – powerful stuff! Take care of yourself by standing when possible in front