Thursday, July 12, 2012

Well Behaved Kangaroo's.

You always need to take care with wild 'Roo's so if you visit here, never underestimate them.
All of these pics were taken at a wild life sanctuary for the sick or injured.

When the mothers are 'road killed' the baby known as a Joey, will die without a pouch and feeds.

These three little one's are under two pounds in weight, so in intensive care.
Look carefully on the left and you will see, the fur-less baby. It almost looks like a puppy.

Getting a bit bigger, yet still unable to find its own food.

 Loving each other.

The good life while in rehabilitation.

I think I'll stay.

We'll all stay.

All life was created by God the Father.


 YES........All life IS created by God the Father.
 We have a FREE Ticket to Heaven, when we believe in Jesus the son, and His gift to us.

John 14:6 Jesus said to him, 
“I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me…”

Religion can make the way to Heaven so hard...
But Jesus makes it easy.


  1. Great pictures of the kangaroos..... Those little ones are REALLY tiny.. But-like most animals, they grow up fast... Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Crystal Mary,
    I love these roos, so cute! I wouldn't mind having them hanging around, but only if they behaved themselves. :)


    1. Yes, care needs to be taken with any wild animal.

  3. Oh these roos touched my heart and so was the words. Thanks Chrystal mary

  4. So cute. One of the joys where I live is seeing these gentle looking creatures come feed on our lawn or stare at us as we go walking.I like sharing our space with them.Have seen some joeys but no newborns like these though.

    1. I think the new born's die, and more than we know of.

  5. Who knew?? Certainly not us in the Americas. Want to post on my facebook, please.

  6. Love the kangaroo baby's they are so darn cute.......:)

    1. They are but, they have tiny little flies in their coats from the bush.

  7. I have just gotten back in from out of state and am slowly getting caught up on my blogging friends.

    Wow! I have never seen them as young as in these first pictures. They are amazing pieces of God's handiwork.

    Hugs to you!

  8. Awe those are sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cute! sandie

  9. Hi pretty lady, Crystal,
    Oh!! This post has just stolen my heart...
    Great photos!! The kangaroo's babies are so darn cute.
    I love all animals, wildlike, mother nature all around,
    which are God's Almighty creations.
    I still pray for your dear husband, Ray's healings.
    Please, let us know the updates on his health.
    God's richest blessings may always abound in your life,
    Crystal darling, Ray, your dear family and those you love!!
    Blessings & Prayers on your way,
    Poet Starry.

  10. Yes, we are offered a free ticket to heaven, and I said yes. We are free to choose. The kangaroos are interesting; do they get too used to people when they are being cared for?

    1. Kangaroos like any wild animal must never be taken for granted. My mother used to have a Joey and he seemed tame. He jumped the fence onto the rod and got run over before he grew up.

  11. Dear Crystal, this posting on baby roos is touching. Like all young creatures they need tender, loving care. Of course, as they age, their wildness must come out. Do the handlers then release them to the wild or have they become so accustomed to humans that they can no longer live in the wild? Peace.

  12. Hello Crystal Mary.
    Very interesting post, not just the pictures but your caution too. Ostriches are also pretty cute but there is something one needs to know, they kick forward, big surprise.
    Jesus has indeed opened a way for me to enter the Kingdom of God, no-one else ever did that for me, only him. Thank you lord, please bless my friend Crystal Mary, Geoff.


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