If you've ever had surgery, you know the super uncomfortable feeling that comes afterward.
Feeling totally drained is inevitable, and it's safe to say you probably want to do nothing but snuggle and sleep until you start feeling better. In fact, in your post-surgery stupor, you've most likely mimicked the behavior of this adorable baby wombat — with the exception of nibbling your toes, we hope!
Nicknamed Frankie, this sleepy wombat joey just came out of an intense surgery that saved her foot and other front leg. She was attacked by another animal in the wild, but luckily she was rescued by the Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary — a self-funded volunteer organization in New South Wales, Australia — that is dedicated to rescuing and caring for injured or orphaned wombats until they can be safely released into the wild once again.
If you want to follow along with the sanctuary to keep up with Frankie's healing progress — and see more wonderful wombat videos — like its Facebook Page. Want to take your wombat love to the next level? Get involved by becoming a "Wombassador," or pick up some cute wombat merch at the sanctuary's online store.