This demonstrates that everything boils down to the simple need and desire for love.
You won’t find anything cuter today than these adorable pictures of a baby kangaroo without its mother, cuddling with a teddy bear. Gillian Abbot, an Australian wildlife rehabilitator, saved the baby kangaroo that had been left without parents when it was only two months old. The unfortunate small object appeared to be in an extremely poor condition. “He possibly emerged from his mother’s pouch or his mother might have perished.” According to Tim Beshara, the son of Abbot, he was only a few months old when he was entrusted to WIRES, a wildlife organization run by his mother.
Abbot, a wildlife rehabilitator authorized in New South Wales and a member of WIRES, the rescue organization, gave the moniker Doodlebug to the young kangaroo.
Because the previously cared for orphaned animals had a positive reaction to the teddy bears hung around the yard, Abbot decided to gift Doodlebug with a stuffed companion. They fell in love instantly when they first embraced each other tightly.
Beshara informed the Daily Mail that it is possible that he fell out of his mother’s pouch, or his mother may have passed away.
My mother’s wildlife company, WIRES, received him when he was only a few months old. She has taken care of it and helped it recover, and now it is happily moving around in the forest and occasionally returning for food or affection, as depicted in the picture.
The teddy-bear is being elevated by the cord captured in the image, drawing the attention of the kangaroo. It appears that they react to the toys similarly to how a toddler would. Beshara stated that they view it as a close companion. After receiving care and reaching near full maturity, Doodlebug was set free in its natural habitat.
When Doodlebug starts longing for home, he can find solace in his teddy bear who patiently awaits his return at Abott’s yard, along with a bowl of food. The young kangaroo is aware that he is continually invited to return. From time to time, he visits to have a brief hug and enjoy a tasty snack.
According to Tim Beshara, he is currently seen in the forest, occasionally returning for food or affectionate moments, as depicted in the images.
God bless you for saving this sweet kangaroo!