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The indestructible kangaroo – orphan Cuejoe survives truck crash and eagle attack

Cuejoe’s time ate the Cue police station has come to an end. Photo: Cue Police, TwitterIt’s been a roller-coaster six months for WA Police Constable Scott Mason. Early this year his family suddenly doubled in size with the arrival of his his baby son Theo and orphan kangaroo Cuejoe.
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While both are now thriving it will soon be time to say goodbye to little Cuejoe who will be released back into the bush in a few weeks.

“It’s a bitter-sweet feeling,” said Scott. I have finished all the care that I can give to him and soon it’ll be time for him to go.” Time to say bye to Cuejoe. He’s now socialising with 3 female joeys before release. Dont cry Scott #[email protected]_Policepic.twitter苏州美甲美睫培训学校/FpM3uBlm5Q— Cue Police (@Cue_Pol) August 6, 2016

The little red kangaroo came into Scott’s life when he was rescued from his mother’s pouch after she was knocked down and killed by a truck.

He soon made himself at home with Scott using his police shirt as a make-do pouch and hopping around after the constable in the Cue police station, 620 kilometres north east of Perth, and travelling with him as he visited all parts of the Cue police region.

But the whole story nearly came to a very sticky end when a wedge-tailed eagle spotted the little roo.

Scott and Cuejoe were on a visit to the remote Burringurrah Community Police Station in May when the eagle swooped over the two-metre fence and carried Cuejoe away.

Scott took off in hot pursuit and when the eagle carrying the joey landed, he managed to scare it off.

Now fully recovered Cuejoe has moved out of Scott’s house and into the home of another couple who are looking two female orphaned kangaroos.

Once they have spent another few weeks together the little mob will be released together on the top of a hill near the township.

For now Scott still visits Cuejoe every day but he misses the little bloke too.

“It’s the little things you miss, like him pawing at your leg because he wants his bottle of milk or when he jumps onto the bed in the middle of the night to get warm,” he said.

Scott won’t be the only one to miss Cuejoe when he moves back to the bush.  The little kangaroo has developed a big following on social media.

After Scott posted his most recent tweet announcing that it would soon be time for Cuejo to return to the bush there were a couple of hundred replies wishing little Cuejo all the best and hoping for occasional updates in the future.

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