Raymond the koala was rescued from certain death when he was just three months old. Photos on canvass of the koala are on sale from today to raise money for carer group, FAUNA. Photo Contributed by Zoo Studios
Raymond the koala was rescued from certain death when he was just three months old. Photos on canvass of the koala are on sale from today to raise money for carer group, FAUNA. Photo Contributed by Zoo Studios Contributed

Raymond poses for a cause

The survival journey of one tiny koala from Coominya is being celebrated today with an online auction to raise money for the group who saved him.

Raymond the koala was found on the side of the road last year after his mother was killed by a car.

After facing almost certain death, he was rescued by a local farmer, the man he was named after.

Brought to a FAUNA wildlife carer, Raymond began the long road to recovery, requiring feeding every three hours and growing steadily.

Now doing well, Raymond was the subject of a photo shoot by Zoo Studio who have put several photos of Raymond on 26 inch canvasses up for auction of which 100% of profits will go to FAUNA.

To bid on the canvasses follow one of the links below.

 

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Raymond-The-Koala-Canvas-Wall-Art-26-inch-Ray-of-Sunshine-/181169926075?pt=AU_Photographic_Images&hash=item2a2e91afbb#shId

 

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Raymond-The-Koala-Canvas-Wall-Art-26inch-Ray-of-Hope-/181169928740?pt=AU_Photographic_Images&hash=item2a2e91ba24

 

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Raymond-The-Koala-Canvas-Wall-Art-26inch-Ray-of-Light-/181169929120?pt=AU_Photographic_Images&hash=item2a2e91bba0


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