Fears for missing Wallaby

A young female, wallaby that has gome missing and is feared stolen from Castlecomer last week still has not been located. The hand reared little marsupial, named Geansai was being cared for at the Castlecomer discovery Park when he disappeared along with his older brother Skippy. Skippy was found on Friday on the roadside covered in blood. Tso-year-old Geansal who looks like a minature kangaroo is extremely friendly and has a brown/grey coat.

A young female, wallaby that has gome missing and is feared stolen from Castlecomer last week still has not been located. The hand reared little marsupial, named Geansai was being cared for at the Castlecomer discovery Park when he disappeared along with his older brother Skippy. Skippy was found on Friday on the roadside covered in blood. Tso-year-old Geansal who looks like a minature kangaroo is extremely friendly and has a brown/grey coat.

She is micro chipped so if a person attempts to sell her, she can be traced as being the property of the Castlecomer Discovery Park. Any information in helping trace the wallaby would be greatly appreciated. www.discoverypark.ie 7770404 or 0860709420.

The animals were kept in a high walled enclure at the park where they live with their parents Rocky and Zoey and a younger sibling. Helen Rothwell who hand reared both animals and is on the board of the Discovery Park, told the Irish Independent that the brother and sister must have been taken in a car and that Skippy was dumped.