It’s sad that some people don’t have gratitude, it’s a thank you way to what we receive, it’s a good way of appreciating the good things in our life. It’s something that we should express in every occasion no matter how big or small.
Gratitude is linked to happiness, fosters both physical and psychological health, it builds strong relationships, positive outcome, makes us happier, healthier, more optimistic, strengthens our positive emotions, increases your energy level, makes our memories happier, and it’s good to feel grateful toward loved ones, colleagues, animals, mother nature, and life in general. Gratitude just makes us feel good.
as opposed to humans, animals never forget the love and care we give them, and Abi’s story is one of the examples.
Some YouTube videos show Queen Abi a thirteen-year-old female kangaroo giving hugs to her rescuers.
Abi is likely to be one of the most loving rescued animals in the universe, and her story increases the awareness, hunting issue that orphaned numerous joeys in the Australian outback.
Hugging people is how Abi starts her day, she gives a hug to every human who looks after her at the kangaroo sanctuary, it’s outside Alice Springs. It provides specialized care to kangaroos, Raising the orphans and helping them to enter the wildlife.
Abigail lost her mom after a few months from when she was born, and the sanctuary volunteer welcomed her with open arms.
Chris Brolga, after building a rescue center and a hospital, has 188 acres of land, a rescue center, and provides tours to visitors. he founded the non-profit sanctuary, Abi has been living in the sanctuary for over a decade, and he has developed a special relationship with her rescuers.
one of the sanctuary caretakers wrote:
“Abi came to me as an orphan of 5 months old and was quite busted up with cuts and scrapes. And [she] is my only kangaroo who comes up and gives a great big rugby tackle cuddle.”
Kangaroos have long memories and they noticed that sometimes kangaroos build a relationship with human caregivers, especially those who contact them daily.
In the meantime, Queen Abi becomes as cheerful and loveable as she used to be years ago, and her smile shows her caregivers how grateful she is.
The staff, the employees and volunteers in the sanctuary are very loving and caring, and this hugging kangaroo is part of the family.
Lots of Australian think that kangaroos are over-populated in the wilderness, the sale of kangaroo meat, hides, and leather is generally condoned by residents. Kangaroo product export makes 29$ yearly, and funds over 4,000 jobs for the Oceania country.
Still, after the kangaroo mom has been shot the sanctuary rejected these actions, the life of a joey is risky, a lot dies at an early stage.
Let’s always hope that the love and emotions that Queen Abi’s spread, will increase the awareness oh how important these animals are, and will be able to make changes that we wish to see in the world.