After a long week in Cairns Byron has arrived home to the farm. Byron and the team from Australian Bat Clinic (ABC) managed to bring 95 orphan Spectagled Flying Fox pups back to The Australian Bat Clinic for rehabilitation. The little babies will spend several months in the care of ABC before they are returned to Far North Queensland for release. Apart from the initial triage they recieved, the team made a pit stop to Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital to get some much needed treatment. The first pic pretty much explains itself. The second pic demonstrates how they are put to bed after their bottle, the specially made swaddles mimmick the feeling of being secured under mums wing and the final pic shows just how cute they are whilst drinking their milk. Such an awesome effort by everyone involved. Such a hard and traumatic week for them all........but well done.
It's still thanksgiving in Alaska for a few more hours! Although I'm working every holiday from August to December, I'm thankful for my job. Im also thankful for my loving supportive family, to wake up each morning, and to my four babies. I did miss being around my family tonight and all the delicious food. Maybe next year ☺️
Happy thanksgiving! Since today is a day of gratitude id like to share how grateful I am for my little cat family. Thank you to all the people who go out of their way to rescue these precious little souls and taking care of them so that we can adopt. They are such a blessing to me and I'm sure anyone who has adopted feels the same. ❤