Do you love bats? Do you love hospitals? …even if you”re not particularly fond of either, you”ll probably like the Tolga Bat Hospital in Atherton, Australia. Volunteers at the hospital take care of sick and injured bats. They prepare food, feed the bats, clean them and make these little guys feel special and loved while they”re on the mend.

If you don”t have the time to commit to volunteering at the hospital, you can always swing by for a visit. The hospital is open year round and will let you view the feeding session that takes place between 3 pm and 6 pm.

Still not sold on the idea of heading to a bat hospital? Take a look at what you”re missing.

Tolga Bat Hospital.

Tolga Bat Hospital.

Aww, how can anyone not like these things?

Aww, how can anyone not like these things?

They”re so…

They

Okay, cute might not be the word, but they certainly are unique.

Okay, cute might not be the word, but they certainly are unique.

Hangin” out.

Hangin

Okay, maybe they are cute after all.

Okay, maybe they are cute after all.

Aw!

Aw!

Don”t worry, buddy. You”ll be back out in nature in no time.

Don

At least you have a nice little crew while you”re in here.

At least you have a nice little crew while you

Not to mention free food and drink.

Not to mention free food and drink.

Who”s going to towel you off like that in the wild?

Who

Get well soon!

Get well soon!

(via LOST AT E MINOR)

Even if you”re not into bats, this hospital is worth a visit. In case you disagree…did you see the bat swaddled in a towel?! C”mon.