1. Wings, Paws, N Claws

    Bette feeling fresh and fabulous after a bath 💖 Ever wondered why we give our orphans dunmies/pacifiers? Since flying foxes can't fly for the first twelve or so weeks of age , they cling to they're mums bodies for dear life - even during flight . Their mum has a nipple under her armpit where the babies are nearly constantly attached feeding on milk . We try to mimic this using specially shaped fly . . .

  2. Wings, Paws, N Claws

    Chipmunk cheeks 🐹 Jubes is all scruffy and clean after enjoying a bath . In the wild their mothers would be grooming them through the day , so we try to mimic this by gently wiping their wings and bodies with a damp cloth . However , we only do this once a day as we don't want to strip away their natural oils . Cleaning them prevents bacterial infections such as slimey wing . *bats are not pets* - I . . .