GOOD BYE MY FRIENDS
20 Dec 06
Congrads hope, on a job well done,:) Did you find the joeys or are you registered with a wildlife group? I work for a call centre & sometimes I get calls from people that find young animals & they want to know where & who to take sick or injured animals too.
21 Dec 06
Ya, of course it will be pretty sad since you rear them when they are very small, it's like your very own kids. But of course, freeing them to the nature, where they belong is where they will enjoy more. It's a very nice move you have made. I'm sure you are happy for them as how they are happy to be free to their land.
19 Dec 06
Oh you amazing person you are to have given your time to these wonderful creatures..You have been the wonderful gift for one of gods creatures. Hope wish there were more people like you with your caring spirit and devotion. Hugs to you too good friend for the special person you are :)
• Brisbane, Australia
18 Dec 06
You have done a wonderful thing my friend.Too rear these beautiful creatures and to release them back into the wild is so cool!I can see how it would both be upsetting and a good feeling to.What a wonderful gift to the kangaroos :)
18 Dec 06
Oh thats a wonderful thing to set them free! I understand that it also must have been hard since you have been taking care of them. But keep in mind they are supposed to live in the wild... I think its great you took car of them!!
21 Dec 06
I think it was ver noble of you to raise the roos in the first place, I canimagine you got quite attached to them while you were caring for them. It must have been hard for you to release them, so heres a hug.... HUG I think you and people like yourself deserve medals (or perhaps something a bit better and a little more usefull). Keep up the work, its people like that make me proud to be human.
2 Feb 07
It must be sad for you letting these go if you have been rearing them since they were babies ........... but they are better off in the wild as nature intended them to be. There will be plenty more orphaned animals once the drought breaks because all the skippies will come up near the roads and highways where the green feed seems to come first after a good soaking rain. anyone who looks after these orphans deserved a pat on the back and not too many people can do it so that they are returned to the wild.