Watch As Rescued Baby Kangaroo Opens Her Eyes For The First Time

By Travis Greenwood

🚨 Sound the cute baby alarm because we have a cute baby to share. 🚨

Meet Lisa, a 4-month-old eastern grey kangaroo opening her eyes for the very first time. Equally SQUEEEEEEEEEE-inducing: Her tiny, bay leaf-shaped ears, learning to stand on their own!

Full belly Lisa's little eyes are opening ears are standing couldn't get any more beautiful x

Posted by Our Haven Wildlife Shelter Inc non profit on Sunday, May 7, 2017

The extraordinary video comes to us by way of Our Haven Wildlife Shelter, a nonprofit sanctuary location in Golden Beach, Australia that cares for 'roos and related critters, such as wallabies.

While the circumstances surrounding little Lisa's arrival with the kind-hearted folks at Our Haven remain uncertain, what is clear is that she's fast becoming a viral sensation after making an appearance on ABC News.

Pretty Lisa ❤

Posted by Our Haven Wildlife Shelter Inc non profit on Thursday, May 11, 2017

Because joeys live in mom's pouch for up to 18 months (WOW!), infant kangaroos require round-the-clock attention and treatment, including regular feeding and oiling sessions (the latter to recreate conditions found in a mother's womb and prevent skin infections).

The clips below reveals just how delicate the species is in its early months.

Drinking from a bottle.

Lisa feeding 😀 I am editing this because maybe the world will see how amazing these babies are

Posted by Our Haven Wildlife Shelter Inc non profit on Monday, April 24, 2017

Nursing, while swaddled in what appears to be a very soft and cozy blanket.

Little Lisa after her bottle isn't she beautiful xx

Posted by Our Haven Wildlife Shelter Inc non profit on Friday, May 5, 2017

Learning to stretch her legs.

Little Lisa stretching lol

Posted by Our Haven Wildlife Shelter Inc non profit on Saturday, May 6, 2017

Have you ever seen anything so precious in your life? Have you //REALLY//?

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