It is very interesting how you would react if a kangaroo came to your house every day and lay down on your sofa.
Meet the eastern gray kangaroo (another name for them is giant) named Rufus. Rufus lives in southern Australia. And his favorite pastime is to lie on the couch. Locals call it the sofa expert, as she spends most of her day on it.
The owners of the house do not oppose this guest at all. They opened a shelter for kangaroos who were left orphans, fell out of the bag and could not survive without human help.
Most often, kangaroos don’t try to get inside the house at all, but the 40-kilogram bumpkin Rufus is a funny exception. At first, he only looked closely and peered into the windows. And one day he waited until the door was opened for him, went home and lay down on the sofa.
Now it has become a daily tradition. In Australia, there is a law according to which kangaroos aren’t pets and this can become punishable.
It is for this reason that, as soon as Rufus has had enough rest on the sofa, the owner takes him out of the house into the yard. Rufus is a very sociable and friendly kangaroo who loves not only the sofa, but also his owners.