"I am with them constantly, 24/7, as this is what is required to make them feel safe and secure in their now-changed world," Jones said.
Her days start at 5 a.m., and the joeys, depending on age, have to be fed every two to four hours. But Jones is a pro - after all, she's been running and funding her own shelter for 10 years now. "I have been looking after wildlife since I was a little girl," she said. "My mom got me into it at a young age, as she has always saved animals."
The sweetest thing about Jones' rescued kangaroos is that they don't only thrive from the comfort she gives him, but also from each other's company as an adopted family.