"She got grabbed and shaken," Karen Coombes, director of the Tree Roo Rescue and Conservation Centre Ltd in Queensland, said in a Facebook video.
In the aftermath of the attack, which happened in November 2013, Lily was left with a fractured and dislocated ankle. Her foot was also bitten, and became badly swollen from an infection.
"Lily had six months of treatment for the bone infection in her foot and had to go to the vet's every week," the rescue wrote on Facebook.
As a result of the trauma she experienced - losing her mother, being blind, being attacked - Lily was was left terrified of the world around her.