Tolga Bat Hospital is in Australia and works for the conservation of bats and their habitat through partnerships in education, research, advocacy, and rescue work.
These bat pups are brought in when they are afflicted by tick paralysis or when their mothers have died or become too ill to feed them.
Volunteers rehabilitate and release the bats with a high standard of care, as well as provide a sanctuary for some of those who cannot be released.
The hospital has over 50 bats they are caring for.
This dedicated staff start their day very early, around 6am and go until after 11pm a lot of evenings.
It takes about three hours to complete feeding the bubs and they are fed every four hours.
They even use pacifiers.
They are very careful when bathing these tiny bubs.
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