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By Julie Wetzel
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Julie Wetzel says: "My blind, rescued, Norwegian Forest Cat. A real sweetheart! Squee!"

She might not be able to see us, but we can see her, and she is definitely a squee sweetheart!

-Sally Squeeps

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By Braveharlot
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Braveharlot says: "This baby Yak was orphaned by his mother, so I rescued him and brought him inside to try and keep him alive. He was about ten-days-old in this shot. He's now a rambunctious two-month-old, but it was pretty hit or miss for the first few days. He ended up with the name "Squeaky" because he made sad, little, squeaking noises whenever he got hungry."

Awwww poor widdle orphaned Yak! Don't worry Squeaky, now you have a loving home. I hope you never have to be alone again <3

- Sally Squeeps

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kangaroo rescue cute The Cutest, Saddest Baby Kangaroo is Still Going Strong After Severe Burns From a Wildfire
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A wildfire broke out in Waroona, in south western Australia, leaving behind damaged property and lives.   The adorable photo has attracted a lot of attention.  The veterinary clinic that is taking care of him mentioned that the burns on his tail aren't affecting his balance so they are hopeful. They also released additional information after a massive response. 

I have had a lot of messages about this little man - yes he is a boy. Yes he has some bad burns but has taken this long to catch. We will definitely keep you updated on his progress! Nurse Frosina x

This little guy got some terrible burns but he wasn't the only one.



Pets, farm animals and wild animals alike have been affected by this tragedy. 



According to their Facebook page, all animals at this clinic affected by the fires are being treated for free. 

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