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Quincy Cop Who Saved Opossum Is Back at It, Saves Baby Squirrels

The mother of the babies had died leaving the siblings on their own, police said

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    Quincy Cop Who Saved Opossum Is Back at It, Saves Baby Squirrels
    Quincy Police Department
    Officer Kaes was off-duty when he rescued the two baby squirrels over the weekend.

    A Quincy, Massachusetts, police officer is back saving animals in need.

    Officer Tim Kaes rescued two baby squirrels whose mother and other siblings had died. He was off duty when he rescued the babies, according to the Quincy Police Department.

    Kaes named the squirrel siblings after the pro-wrestlers Hulk Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage, police said.

    This isn’t the first time Kaes has saved an animal. He made headlines in May when he saved a baby opossum, who he named Stone Cold Steve Opossum.

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