The Collect Them All section of the First Blood DVD reveals that Cuddles has a Master's Degree in karate.
He may like the color pink, as he has pink slippers, has pink cheeks, and his girlfriend in a few episodes is Giggles (who has pink fur).
According to the Pop Corn video version of Spin Fun Knowin' Ya in the First Blood DVD, Cuddles starred in the Ninja movie series "Paws of Fury". This is a parody of the Bruce Lee movie Fist of Fury, the joke being that Cuddles is a rabbit.
In the arcade game Crazy Disco, he is seen wearing a bikini, even though he is a male character. In the updated version of the game, Disco Inferno, he is only wearing his normal bunny slippers.
Cuddles is the playable character in the Happy Tree Friends iPhone app: Slap Happy.
Cuddles' season 1 intro is very similar to Petunia's season 1 intro.
His season 4 alliterate sentence is: "Caring and sharing is cause for charming and cheers".
Cuddles, along with Lifty, Handy, and Lumpy make a cameo appearance as a totem pole in Gundarr, another Mondo Media show.
There is a Halloween costume of Cuddles with a saw impaled in his chest.
Despite being the only member of the original four main characters to appear in the False Alarm episodehe is the only member of the original four not to be playable in the game of the same name.
If one counts his ears, Cuddles is the second tallest main character in the show with Lumpy being taller than him.
Cuddles' coloring is ironic to his character because yellow is often used as synonymous with cowardly.
When he's playing soccer, he wears pink bunny slippers with cleats and an angry look.
Cuddles may resemble Pikachu from Pokémon. Back when the first episode of Happy Tree Friends premiered (late 1999), Pokémon was incredibly popular.
Cuddles has survived 20 out of the 77 episodes he appears in. If he survived his debatable death, he'd survive in 21 episodes.
The only times in the TV series where Cuddles does not appear in all three segments are "Four on the Floor", "Marooned Five", "Behind the Eight Ball", "Nine Lives", "Eleventh Hour", and "Twelfth Night".
Cuddles was known for having the most deaths in the show, this changed after the release of Still Alive were Lumpy hasthreedeaths, taking the title for most deaths while Cuddles only has one Still Alive death, now making Lumpy have a death count of 59 deaths (61 if one counted his debatable deaths) and Cuddles with a death count of 58 deaths (59 if one counted his debatable deaths).
If you don't count irregular episodes, Cuddles would be one of the three characters to die in all of their starring roles. The other would be Lifty and Shifty.
Cuddles is one of the few characters to eat/drink the remains of themselves or another character, the others are Giggles (four times, one time offscreen), Toothy, Lumpy (twice, one time offscreen), Petunia, Nutty (twice, one time offscreen), Pop (Offscreen), Cub, Flaky (twice, one time offscreen),The Mole (Offscreen), Russell (Offscreen), and both sides of Flippy (thrice).
He's the only character to be a rabbit in the entire series.