There is no doubt in this that animals too have feelings. They too can express their gratitude towards the kindness done to them. They remember the people who took care of them.The best example to prove this is the story of Abigail, one of the most affectionate rescued animals in the world.
The poor animal was only a few months old when she lost her mother. After that, she was shifted to the Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs in Australia. She was given a warm welcome and treated with a lot of love by the volunteers.The baby remembered the kindness done to them and now after ten years, she can’t stop hugging the volunteers who looked after her. Showing her affection towards them is part of her daily routine.
As she is very friendly, this lovely attitude of Abigail has earned the title of the sanctuary’s “Queen”. Every member of the center starts their day with a warm hug from Abi. This sanctuary was founded in 2006 by Chris Brolga and it provides specialized care for kangaroos.
According to the Sanctuary Alice Springs, Abi was raised from a joey with Roger and Ella. She was only 5 months old when she came to the sanctuary and she was having a lot of cuts and scrapes.
Now Abi has grown up into a very healthy 7-year-old kangaroo. She is the only kangaroo who comes and gives a hug to everyone. Her color is very light and she is very beautiful.
It is believed that kangaroos have very long memories and they tend to remember the people and also form very close bonds with their human caregivers.
Really how kangaroos care and love their rescuers is shown by Abigail