Veg before and after https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/ Veg before and after Recovering after 3 hour surgery Veg sleeping off the anesthetic. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564617 190564617 2 days after surgery Her wounds 2 days after surgery. The stitches were starting to pull already at such an early stage. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564618 190564618 5 days after surgery And still about 6 months recovery to go if she pulled through the first month. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564619 190564619 Veg was pregnant during recovery When she was undergoing surgery, it was only then that we discovered that Veg was in fact pregnant with an approximately 5 month old joey in her pouch. Thankfully the joey survived the surgery. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564620 190564620 Veg and VB Veg after a few months and VB starting to venture out of the pouch while she slept. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564621 190564621 VB having some milk while mother wombat sleeps VB would have a play, then some milk and then get back into the pouch. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564622 190564622 Veg taking VB out Veg in her last stages of recovery. She then started to go for short walks from her burrow with VB always close. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564623 190564623 Back to the bush, all recovered Veg and VB returned to the bush and both thrived. https://www.sleepyburrows.com.au/apps/photos/photo?photoID=190564624 190564624