Last weekend my Mummies went to Adelaide for the National Qantas Tourism Awards. I was so proud of them for being finalists. I went to stay with Auntie Pauline in Mount Barker. I was so terribly spoiled. The weather was really bad and it rained a lot, so I got to stay inside and watch the cats outside. I did get to meet some other joey's and it was nice to see I am not the only one in the world with these long legs. Auntie Pauline made me this really cool bed. Now I get to hang in the kitchen when Mummy is making breakfast without the danger of being stood on. I love spending hours in there especially when the weather is not nice. I don't like the cold and rain, now I get to hang inside. Thank you Auntie Pauline I love my bed.
A big thank you for taking such good care of me and for taking such awesome loving care of so many wildlife who have been injured or are orphans. You do do amazing work at Dreamers Dream Wildlife Rehabilitation. Thank you for caring and sharing your home and life with such passion and generosity.
Last night I got to meet my grand dad in America. He is pretty proud to be probably the only grand dad in America with a kangaroo grand daughter.
Here is a photo of me hanging in my new bed and having a sibling moment with Cody.