"He came in after being found in someone's house," Kaylee, a wildlife rescue worker with Folly, told The Dodo. "We were hoping to return him to the roost, which is what we normally do, as he may have accidentally fallen from mum."
But given his poor condition, rescuers realized he was probably separated from his mom for a while.
"His eyes were still closed and he was depleted and dehydrated," Kaylee said. "I rehydrated and warmed him up and got rid of the mites. He then came home with me."