PHOTOS: Quincy Officer Rescues Baby Squirrels

QUINCY, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Quincy Police Officer Tim Kaes is saving animals again. This time? It’s baby squirrels.

While off-duty, Kaes helped rescue two orphaned baby squirrels, naming them “Hulk Hogan” and “Macho Man.”

 

Kaes is no stranger to animal rescue, previously having saved a baby opossum named Stone Cold Steve Opossum this past May.

Quincy Police Officer Cares For Baby Opossum
Quincy Police Officer Cares For Baby Opossum
A Quincy police officer volunteered to take care of a baby opossum overnight after authorities were unable to find a rehabilitation center for the animal.

Kaes also rescued a young, hurt owl in February.

 

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