Well the nice folk at Brown Bag Films have just released the adorable, mmf-heavy completed version.
(Thanks for the heads-up to Anya writer/director Damien O’Connor)
Rescued baby dormice at the Secret World Animal Rescue Centre in Somerset, found squeaking and motherless in a hedge last month. Founder Pauline Kidner sez:
They are being fed on honeysuckle, blackberries and chopped nuts and if their weight reaches 40g before winter, then we will release them back into the wild, but if not then we’ll look after them for release in the spring.
Batworld Sanctuary sez:
Lil’ Drac is an orphaned short tailed fruit bat (Carollia perspicillata). His mother was yet another casualty from zoo closures which are occurring across the US. Sheis a young mother who was stressed from the conditions in which she was kept, combined with the additional trauma of being captured and transferred to a new and unfamiliar environment. Consequently, she abandoned Lil’ Drac after he was born. He was found on the padded floor of the indoor flight enclosure at Bat World Sanctuary, curled up in a little ball.
It’s OK. The giant hands know what they’re doing.