We’re sharing the story of Rufus, a rescued kangaroo who spends his days lying on the couch, watching TV, and cuddling with his human father. When he was merely an eight-month-old joey, this drowsy kangaroo was rescued. Kym Haywood, Rufus’ adoptive mother, manages the Patch Kangaroo Sanctuary in Boston. Every evening, this lovely kangaroo comes in through the back door alone to relax on the couch in front of the television. Rufus’ passion for the couch hasn’t faded even though he’s grown up and also kangaroo has a favorite spot on the couch.
Rufus enjoys staying in his comfortable posture, so getting the kangaroo to bed is a difficult effort for Kym. The cunning kangaroo accepts the grapes but lays back down onto the sofa, despite the human owners’ efforts to get him out of the couch with grapes. As the kangaroo grows, they simply move further away on the couch without quarrelling. Rufus has seemed to be the sole member of that space. When visitors arrive at their home, they are informed that no one is permitted to sit in Rufus’s seat because it is reserved for him.
Kym and her husband Neil, who have been together since he was eight months old, give up their couch for the kangaroo. However, they are more than delighted to do so because they adore Rufus and enjoy spending time with him every day. The humans are watching happily towards the kangaroo resting on the couch. Rufus is a unique kangaroo that enjoys the couch and considers it as his safe haven.
He even watches the TV on the couch before falling asleep in his comfortable area. Rufus’ human parents did not get him off the couch, but they cover him with mattress to prevent any trouble. His adoptive parents are supportive of whatever makes him happy. When Rufus doesn’t want the two people sitting next to him, he feels angry. He then quietly pushes them off the couch.
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