Curious rescue volunteers attended the Wonga Park property in the city’s outer east, but what they discovered inside was not a rodent at all. The creature hiding inside was probably the last thing they expected.
Dr Elaine Ong the founder of Vets for Compassion took a call from the rescuers who told her, “Oh my gosh, it’s a tiger quoll”. What was curious about the find is that quolls don’t live in Wonga Park.
- It's almost as if he familiar with humans.
- It feels like he's somewhat humanized.
- He's a bit nocturnal.
- It's as if he was in a sanctuary or something.
- He seems to be pretty sleepy.
- Well, he could've been.
- Come on. Ugh!
- And fed I'm sure.
- Go, go, go.
- Is he moving?
- No, he's just--
- He's just enjoying this salon. You go out. Come on. Go out. You know? Out-- this way. You go out. That way? That way?
- He's going to-- it's like he's going to sleep.