According to www.thepetneeds.com, a sweet photo of an orphaned kangaroo named Doodlebug clutching a teddy bear that it had received from its caregiver mother. Tim Beshara posted the endearing picture, which quickly spread around the entire world.
I expected it to be shared in Australia. I was surprised to learn that it had spread to Brazil and Russia. Even American morning shows have broadcast it using my material. The picture was shot in New South Wales on the property of Doodlebugs Wildlife Caretaker, who discovered that orphaned animals liked teddy bears.
They appear to react to the toys in a manner a lot like a child would. They regard it like a friend. Since he was abandoned as a baby, Doodlebug has been cared for by Tim Beshara and his mother Gillian.
He may have slipped from his mother’s pouch or his mother might have passed away. When he was given to my mother’s wildlife firm WIRES, he was just a few months old. The juvenile kangaroo is now back in the wild after making a full recovery from the poor condition he was in when he was adopted.
She later brought it back to life, and as you can see in the picture, it is currently hopping throughout the forest and occasionally returning for a meal or hug.