Cartoon of Steve Irwin welcoming Australian animals killed in bushfires to ...

'Don't worry little guys, I'll take care of you': Touching cartoon of Steve Irwin welcoming Australian animals killed in bushfires to heaven goes viral The poignant cartoon was uploaded by Australian artist Sharnia-Mae Sturm, 22 The image shows Steve Irwin welcoming kangaroos, koalas and other animals  Cartoon gained more than 2.5M views, with many saying it brought them to tears

By Karen Ruiz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:16 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 06:20 GMT, 7 January 2020

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A heartbreaking cartoon of Steve Irwin welcoming Australian animals into heaven has gone viral on social media.     

Artist Sharnia-Mae Sturm, 22, shared the poignant illustration on Instagram on New Year's Eve as news of Australia's bushfire crisis broke around the world. 

The heartfelt sketch shows the late Crocodile Hunter greeting kangaroos, koalas and other wildlife with open arms saying, 'Don't worry little guys! I'll take care you!'   

A poignant cartoon depicting the late Steve Irwin welcoming animals killed in bushfires into heaven has gone viral after being posted on Instagram

A poignant cartoon depicting the late Steve Irwin welcoming animals killed in bushfires into heaven has gone viral after being posted on Instagram  

The post had gone viral across Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, in a matter of days

The post had gone viral across Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, in a matter of days 

By Sunday, the post had gone viral across Twitter, Facebook and

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