A baby kangaroo who recently lost his mother is now in good hands — and a good shirt.

 Cuejo, as he's been named, was brought to a Western Australia Police station this week after being found inside his mother's pouch after she was struck and killed by a car. That's where he met Constable Scott Mason, the man who would fill in for his parent.

Clearly, they hit it off immediately.

Fortunately for the little joey, Mason knows a thing or two about raising animals, chief among them being how to keep babies like him feeling cozy and safe. But without a natural pouch of his own for Cuejo to nestle in, Mason's had to improvise.

That's where his shirts comes in.

It's only been a few days now since he was rescued, but Cuejo appears to be fitting in quite nicely with his new digs — and Mason couldn't seem prouder.

We wish them all the best!

Constable Mason from Cue Police Station thanks everyone for their input into the naming of the cute little rescue Joey. Drum roll please ..... CuejoSpecial thank you to Jennifer Evans with coming up with the name - very clever indeed :)
Posted by Western Australia Police on Thursday, March 10, 2016

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