Daily Cute: Lil’ Drac the Baby Bat is Nursed Back to Health

More than half of the world’s bats are on the endangered species list. That’s why amazing volunteers organizations like the Bat World Sanctuary save orphaned baby bats. Lil’ Drac’s rescue is adorable and inspiring, especially when he gets healthy and his personality comes out to play!

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246 comments

Tricia Hamilton
Tricia Hamilton8 months ago

The bat is beautiful & I love them dearly. I went in my back yard 2 winters ago seeing a cat playing with something. Picked it up it was a bat. She was frozen but I could see her heart beating, Put her in my locked laundry room. When I came home she was hanging off a pair of my pants. I named her Elvira.

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Siyus Copetallus
Siyus Copetallus1 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

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Lenore Kudaka
Lenore K1 years ago

ever nice

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Virginia Belder
Virginia Belder1 years ago

ty

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h masih
.1 years ago

All creatures have a purpose.

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Jim Ven
Jim Ven1 years ago

thanks for the article.

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Lillyrose C.
Lillyrose C1 years ago

It's clear,you people doing that,are lead by love,true love and respect for nature. Appearance doesn't matter for you. Thanks for accomplishing this for the good of our planet

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Naomi Dreyer
Naomi Dreyer1 years ago

"It is not only their fellow human beings that the beloved of God must treat with mercy and compassion, rather must they show forth the utmost loving-kindness to every living creature." A Baha’i Faith teaching

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Ruth S.
Ruth S1 years ago

We have a resident bat under our upper deck. We don't bother him since he is a mosquito eater! We saw a fruit bat a couple times in Fiji in Feb. They are huge!

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Ruth S.
Ruth S1 years ago

Thanks.

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