DOING WELL: The orphaned joey the Mercury reported on last week.Remember this little lady? It’s the eastern grey joey that was rescued by Fiona Brennan at Lovedale last Wednesday and who featured on the front page of the following day’s Mercury.

We thought it would be a good idea to get a report on her progress.

The news is good with the little joey, now named Alaca, doing very well with her Native Animal Trust Fund Wildlife Rescuer/Rehabilitator Fiona.

She was fortunate to not only survive the impact of the motor vehicle accident, but to only suffer a relatively minor injury to her front paw.

Sadly her mother received two fractured back legs and had to be euthanased.

This means little Alaca is now an orphan,

She will be in care for at least the next 12 months needing specialised joey milk formula and other supplements, and perhaps veterinary bills which is considerably costly to the carer and the Native Animal Trust Fund.

With this in mind, little Alaca needs a sponsor and donations to help with her costly rehabilitation and survival.

To help email [email protected]苏州美甲美睫培训.au

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