Woman brings 'therapy kangaroo' into McDonald's

Woman Brings 'Therapy Kangaroo' Into McDonald's
Woman Brings 'Therapy Kangaroo' Into McDonald's

Police in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin got a call they probably didn't expect on Tuesday.

Diane Moyer says she and her husband Larry care for many exotic animals, but her kangaroo Jimmy is special. She says he's a therapy kangaroo that provided her with emotional support during her battle with cancer...but the city doesn't see it that way.

And even though Diane has brought Jimmy to the McDonald's several times, police say they've had to address the public's concern over her animals before.

"I think that was one of the concerns of the caller who contacted us. The public health aspect of bringing this type of animal inside."

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The Moyer's left the McDonald's after police asked them to and let them off with a warning.

Diane has owned seven kangaroos over eight years, and says, "They are one of the most loving, trustworthy animals that I have ever had."

You might remember Diane from a few years ago when she and her husband made headlines while driving to Florida with a different kangaroo and a goat. They became stranded when their RV caught on fire.

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