Bats are creepy to most people but that could be due to their negative depictions in movies and popular culture. These orphaned baby bats in Australia are definitely one of the cutest mammals and will definitely change your opinion about bats.
The Australian Bat Clinic & Wildlife Trauma Centre cares for young bats but also cares for older bats who may have picked up diseases.
These adorable baby bats were found without a mother to care for them.
Their cute little faces will make you change your mind if you think these mammals are creepy looking.
They love eating melons, mangos, and other fruits in Australia.
Bats play a crucial part in the animal ecosystem and they are more important than most people realize.
The Australian Bat Clinic & Wildlife Trauma Centre cares for bats and was founded by American-born Terry Wimberle.
The center ensures they are healthy and the blankets offer them warmth since they don’t have the warm embrace of their mothers.
How cute are bats in a blanket?
Like all mammals, these babies are fed with milk to help them grow strong and healthy.
They are so tiny, they fit in the palm of your hand.
The clinic provides the best possible care for a large variety of bats, big or small.
Look at those cute adorable eyes!
The clinic relies on donations and without their help, the majority of them wouldn’t be able to support themselves in the wild.
In addition to fruits, a bat’s diet also consists of insects and are best known for controlling populations of mosquitos and moths.
The poor little guy has an injured wing which is healing with a cast.
In February of 2009, the Australian Bat Clinic and Wildlife Trauma Centre achieved the Deductible Gift Recipient status because of the important work they do.
Because of their work, these little animals will be able to get back to nature healthy and free.
Look who’s wide awake!
These little guys are even cute when they are tired and I’m so happy they are getting the care they need.
I never imaged they could be so cute! Just like this baby koala hugging his mother after surgery, these baby bats all care for each other.
Please share these cute and adorable baby mammals with your friends and family.