Northern Ontario man rescued a newborn moose calf and takes it around town like a show pony.

They do things a little differently up north. After finding the calf near a highway and realizing it can't be a designated driver. Stephan Michel Desgroseillers knew he'd have to keep it until the nearest animal shelter opened the next morning, so he did what any true Canadian would do: Stopped at Tim Hortons for coffee.


The 25-pound moose is now safely in the care of an animal refuge in Lively, Ont. The staff there determined it's a male, and was only one day old when Desgroseillers found it.

In other baby moose news this week a woman from Alaska and her friend caught on video a Moose giving birth to twin calf's: