These Homeless Baby Bats Have Found Their Home. It Is A Hospital In Australia

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In the eyes of the ordinary people, the bats seem to be creepy and awesome. But these little guys are not as frightening as you might think. The Tolga bat hospital in Atherton, Australia has proved that the baby bats can be also cute and lovely. And the hospital also provides a sanctuary for these abandoned baby bats and this kind behavior has been growing more and more popular among the people.

These cute pictures show tiny abandoned baby bats wrapped up in blankets, being fed from bottles
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Tolga Bat Hospital volunteer Ashleigh Johnson carries a cot full of abandoned baby flying foxes
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Tolga Bat Hospital volunteer Ashleigh Johnson carries a cot full of abandoned baby flying foxes

About 300 bat pups are orphaned every year because their mother is ill and can't feed them or has died from tick paralysis
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The furry critters can be seen swaddled in colourful blankets while they star innocently at the camera
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Sucking on bottle caps the furry friends have been taken down by tick paralysis, which is a problem affecting thousands of bats on the Atherton Tablelands 
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The bat burritos are being nursed back to help by the Tolga Bat Hospital volunteers
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The tiny animals look like they are the best of friends in this precious shot, which shows one bat straddling the other
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The abandoned bats are very well looked after in the hospital. This bat doesn't even have to let go of his bottle while he is being bathed
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Volunteers Ashleigh Johnson and Amy Green care for the baby bats like newborn babies, making sure they are well tucked in to their blackets
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Volunteers Ashleigh Johnson and Amy Green care for the baby bats like newborn babies, making sure they are well tucked in to their blackets

Gripping on for dear life, the baby bats have been stricken by the deadly tick paralysis disease
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During the 1990s, flying foxes were mysteriously dying on the Atherton Tableland.Researchers found that tick paralysis was the problem, prohibiting bats from flying and therefore dooming them to a life on the ground
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According to the Tolga Bat Hospital's website: 'caring for sick or young animals is like caring for sick or young humans, many tasks are very repetitive but your love and respect for the animals will make it very rewarding.
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The hospital has a constant stream of injured bats coming to them every day
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The hospital has a constant stream of injured bats coming to them every day

Sometimes the hospital receives bats from hundreds of miles away that need urgent attention. They also care for bats who have been retired from zoos
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