Recent photos of the 2-year-old wombat, shared on the organization's Facebook page, show her loving the attention that comes with being carried like a (huge) baby.
In addition to caring for wildlife in need, Safe Haven also runs a conservation program for critically endangered northern hairy-nosed wombats - only about 100 of them remain in the wild. Ruby, however, is a southern hairy-nosed wombat who was born at the sanctuary.
It seems that another one of Ruby's favorite pastimes is taking naps on glamorous blankets.
Of her many blankets, she seems the most partial to the pink ones.
According to Safe Haven, Ruby once threw a tantrum when a caretaker tried to take her blanket away to wash it. The caretaker ended up giving Ruby's blanket right back. She definitely did not want it to get washed that day.
Though in the end, it seems Ruby's really up for cuddling with whatever is closest and softest ...
... when she's not out and about, getting down and dirty ...
... or cozying up to her pals.
But it goes without saying ...
... this is her favorite pastime of all.
You can keep up with Ruby and the other animals who live at the sanctuary on Facebook.
You can also consider making a donation to the organization here.