Adorable Kangaroo Hugs The Volunteers Who Rescued Her

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Adorable Kangaroo Hugs The Volunteers Who Rescued Her

Unfortunately, we humans often forget about the significance of gratitude. It's a thankful appreciation for what we receive, as well as a way to acknowledge the goodness in our lives.


Gratitude is associated with happiness, as it enhances positivity, builds strong bonds, relishes good experiences, and improves health. Unlike humans, animals never forget to thank us for the love and care we give to them. The story of Abi, the adorable hugging kangaroo, in fact, proves that.


Adorable Kangaroo Hugs The Volunteers Who Rescued Her

A series of Youtube videos show the 13-year-old female kangaroo, named 'Queen Abi,' hugging her rescuers.


Abigail is probably one of the most affectionate rescued animals in the world. Her story also raises awareness of the hunting issue, which orphaned many joeys in the Australian outback.


Adorable Kangaroo Hugs The Volunteers Who Rescued Her

Queen Abi begins her day by hugging the people that look after her at the Kangaroo Sanctuary, situated outside of Alice Springs. It provides specialized care to kangaroos, rehabilitates orphaned joeys from the hunting, and helps them to enter the wilderness.


Little Abigail lost her mother when she was only a few months old. However, volunteers at the sanctuary welcomed her with their arms open.


Chris Brolga, founded the non-profit sanctuary after he realized that the nearest wildlife rescue center and a hospital was more than 1,500km away.


Abi has been living in the sanctuary for more than a decade, and he's developed a special relationship with her rescuers.


Adorable Kangaroo Hugs The Volunteers Who Rescued Her

Kangaroos have long memories and have occasionally been noted to form unique relationships with human caregivers, that usually have to have almost daily contact with them.


Queen Abi is now as joyful and loving animals as some years ago. With her regular massive sniggles, she shows her caretakers how grateful she feels.


The volunteers and employees at the sanctuary are incredibly loving and caring, and the lovely kangaroo is a part of the large, heart-warming kangaroo and the human family.


Many Australians believe that kangaroos are over-populated in the outback, and Australians typically condone the sale of kangaroo meat, hides, and leather.



The export of kangaroo products makes for an approx. $29 million per year export business, and funds more than 4,000 jobs for this Oceania country.


However, this sanctuary opposed these attitudes. After a mother kangaroo is shot, the life of a baby kangaroo is strongly threatened. Even if well-nurtured, many die early on.



Let's hope that the love and affection Queen Abi spreads will raise awareness of the importance of these animals and will be able to make a positive change.

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