The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Australian Army Soldiers Are Cuddling Bushfire-Injured Koalas On Their Days Off The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Australian Army Soldiers Are Cuddling Bushfire-Injured Koalas On Their Days Off

Sunday, February 2, 2020

Australian Army Soldiers Are Cuddling Bushfire-Injured Koalas On Their Days Off


Australian Army soldiers are becoming professional koala cuddlers in their downtime and it’s adorable

This season’s bushfires in Australia have produced countless heartbreaking stories and images, as the continent has been fighting the flames for weeks and losing millions of their native wild animals in the process. Koalas have been hit particularly hard with thousands dying and many being brought to wildlife rehab centers to recover from injuries sustained in the fires. The Australian Army is stepping in to help by using their days off to help snuggle the animals and it’s exactly as heartwarming as you’d think.

#OurPeople from 16th Regiment Emergency Support Force have used their rest periods to lend a helping hand at the Cleland Wildlife Park, supporting our furry friends during feeding time and by building climbing mounts inside the park,” reads a caption from a post on the Australian Army Facebook page.

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