“Adoptive mom” to dozens of orphaned kangaroos
For the sake of animals, some people have the greatest love and gratitude that can ever exist.
One of these heroes is Chris Barnes, an Australian who has devoted his life to protecting young kangaroos in his country.
Over the past ten years, Chris, also known as “Brolga” (the Aboriginal name for the enormous Australian crane), has saved hundreds of abandoned kangaroos.
Also serving as a “surrogate parent” to roughly 30 young joeys was this angel.
Chris started working tirelessly and diligently on this project in 2005, when he opened his first orphan kangaroo rehabilitation center in Alice Springs.
Four years later, “Brolga” made an attempt to start a 90-acre kangaroo sanctuary.
Then he made an appearance in the British documentary series “Kangaroo Bluff.”
The generous Australian has maintained his modest character despite becoming a global celebrity.
I’ve lived without much more than a covering to keep it from coming out before when I couldn’t afford a house, so I’m used to doing it.
The caregiver told The Daily, “I’ve always had the best of both worlds now.
He admits that living in the bush with his pet kangaroo, free from the bustle of modern life, is the life that truly fulfills him.
He devotes his entire daily routine to taking care of those wretched critters.
Provide them with food, entertainment, and warmth. Finally, it was this that made him a proud man.