So during my day (between shifts) I help out a friend who rehabilitates Australian Wildlife back into the wild. Here are just a few since February this year who have made a full recovery and are on the way to be released again. Good Luck Kiddies!
Charlotte - an Eastern Grey Kangaroo. She has successfully be released and is living a wild life.
Abby - the Wombat. She was born with an undeveloped palette and when she was bottle fed (as her Mum was killed in a road accident) she would stop breathing. She is currently still at the shelter, with her mate Luke, getting over a case of mange.
Luca and Sienna - eastern grey's. They are at their soft release shelter, where they will stay for about a month, before the pen doors are opened and they can venture out into the wild.
Luca and Sienna - Sienna had the tip of her tail removed because when her Mum was killed, she fractured the tip and it was just a dead weight. This does not prevent her from bounding around and will live a very normal life.
The cutest of the group, WInta and Stevie. 4 month old wombat joeys. They have a long way to go before they can be released. None the less though, in good care.