sky puppy

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So unbelievable precious! Bat's really do seem like they are just lovable, blind, tiny sky puppies. And each video we see of them just further proves the sky puppy theory.

Meet Miss Truffles, a bat currently at the Batzilla the Bat, a wildlife sanctuary. Written in the description bio, Batzilla the Bat mentions that many viewers ask them where they came to grab such bat motherly instincts when it comes to caring for them, and how they managed to disassociate with humans then are able to be released and successful out in the wild. They wrote in response, "We operate under tried and tested protocols that ensure all our orphans' emotional and physical needs are met and they also ensure we start withdrawing from their lives allowing them to grow into healthy well-adjusted juveniles ready for release. Wild mother bats are our teachers and they show us exactly what their babies require when in care. Loving, tactile, and affectionate, flying-fox mothers dote on their youngsters until they reach that annoying teenage stage when they start to distance themselves."

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We adore these videos! Meet Mr. Belgraves, a rescued bat that is very hungry and frightened. 

Batzilla the Bat informs viewers of how Mr. Belgraves came to be at their rescue,  "Mr Belgrave was rescued by Paul last night after accidentally wedging his thumb between two palings on a fence. This happens more often than we might think and unfortunately for Mr Belgrave, he was trapped on the fence for at least two days. He may have fallen from an overhanging branch or perhaps he had been making his way along the fence in search of his dinner. Now in care albeit with a very sore grazed thumb, Belgrave will heal up fine before being released back to the wild."

We're so grateful to hear he's in good and loving hands and will be released as soon as he's all healed up! In the meantime, enjoy this adorable sky puppy chowing down on a delicious banana!