Mumbles came to Gunyah to live in 2016, alongside buddy Stumbles. Left as orphans after birth, the adorable duo were fortunate enough to be taken into care by a wonderful wildlife carer.

With a recent influx of injured and orphaned wildlife needing their carer’s attention, and with Stumbles and Mumbles outgrowing their indoor space, a forever home was needed where they’d be safe and loved, have lots of space to run around as well as have new friends to hang out with.

This cheeky duo look almost identical, so initially coloured collars were the way to tell them apart. Now, the only differentiating factor is that Stumbles has a tiny white dot on his face and is much more keen to seek human attention and partake in photo shoots.