A very grateful and affectionate rescued kangaroo can’t stop hugging volunteers who saved her life

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Do wild animals feel love? If so, how do they show it?

Just look at the real queen named Abigail!

A very grateful and affectionate rescued kangaroo can’t stop hugging volunteers who saved her life

For many years now, the kangaroo has come to the girl who saved her just to hug her foster mother and express her gratitude to her.

A girl from the Australian city of Alice Springs found a small, orphaned five-month-old kangaroo.

A very grateful and affectionate rescued kangaroo can’t stop hugging volunteers who saved her life

The body of the animal was covered with numerous cuts and scratches of unknown origin.

No one knows what the baby had to endure before meeting her savior, who helped the kangaroo survive the loss of her family and heal her injuries.

A very grateful and affectionate rescued kangaroo can’t stop hugging volunteers who saved her life

The kangaroo settled in a wildlife sanctuary and received a proud name – Queen Abigail!

It has been 12 years since Abby started living in the reserve, but every morning she does not forget to visit her foster mother just to give her a hug.

Many people cannot boast of such a depth of feelings that is present in Abby.

A very grateful and affectionate rescued kangaroo can’t stop hugging volunteers who saved her life

This story has spread all over the world and won the hearts of millions of people.

Despite the fact that Abby is no longer a five-month-old baby, she still retains a good nature and is supportive of people, especially her savior, whom she visits every morning.

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