On Thursday, baby bunny, who was born on July 13, will have her second birthday.
The bunny is the first baby to be born at the Meretz Medical Center in Jerusalem and has the nickname “baby face” because she has small ears and eyes.
The newborn is expected to be healthy and will be adopted by an Israeli family soon.
The bunny was born to Israeli couple Eliyahu and Rachel Karpovich, who were visiting Israel for the first time.
According to the Israeli news website, Karpovitz, the couple brought home the bunny and took her for a baby shower.
“It was like a miracle,” said Rachel Karsch, who works as a health care professional.
“We were so thrilled.
It’s a very special moment for us.
I was overwhelmed.
We have the best time in the world.”
Baby bunny is one of two babies born at Merez Medical Center.
The other is a male baby named Jadav.
(Haaretz)Baby bunny will have a birthday party on Saturday.
The Bunny Project has organized a baby bunny party at the hospital, and the party will be held from 5 to 10 p.m. on July 14, at the Jewish Center of America.
According to The Jerusalem Times, the M.C.A. said that the Bunny Project, which is dedicated to raising awareness about the issue of unwanted and unwanted babies in Israel, will help with the cost of hosting the party, which will include a large, plush bunny, plush toys, and a special bunny costume.
“As a part of our work with the MCEA, we are going to offer the Bunny Club for our guests to help pay for the cost, which includes a plush bunny costume and a plush toy for each baby,” the Bunny Foundation said in a statement.
The MCEO said it has been working with Rabbis for Human Rights and the Rabbinical Council of America to offer a similar package for baby bunny adoption.
The Rabbinical council of America also recently launched a website for baby rabbits and the BunnyProject.
(Photo by Alon Gershman/Getty Images)The Rabbinical councils of the U.S., Canada, Israel, and Canada are sponsoring the party.
Rabbis from the Rabbinic Council of Canada, the Rabbi Daniel Lubavitch, and Rabbi David Rosenblatt are expected to join in the festivities.
“As a baby Bunny Project member, we will be working closely with Rabbi Lubavitsky and the MCA to provide the Bunny House with plush toys and a bunny costume for babies,” said the Rabbis, who are also the Rabbinics of New York and New Jersey.
“I am thrilled to be working with these Rabbis to offer such an amazing gift to baby bunny.”
The Rabbis have not yet set a date for the party but the Bunnyproject has been in the planning stage since July 1.