Burrow arrives early August 2020
Poor Little burrow was found By Caitlin wondering on a road thickly covered in mud. There was still dried mud and close to 300 ticks on Burrow , numerous healing small cuts (barbed wire ? ) when we recieved him a few days later. He is very quite non aggressive for a wild wombat weighing just over 9kg, and he was thin. With lots and lots of cuddles picking ticks and dried mud off all burrow wants to do is eat grass or cuddle. We quickly buddied him up with Olive and Billie and they were soon sleeping in a pile. Hes got scaly skin a fungal condition and an injury to his little tail so has now been twice to see the Amazing Dr Howard Ralph and things are improving.