A local CBS station is reporting that a Wisconsin woman was kicked out of a fast food restaurant for bringing a kangaroo that she claimed was her emotional support animal. She apparently even had a letter from a doctor about the need for her kangaroo to be with her. McDonalds employees apparently called the police when she didn't leave. The local cop asked her to leave and she did. One wonders whether it was legal to keep a kangaroo where she lives, assuming that she didn't have a special permit for it. One also wonders how a person in the USA with no apparent zoo or wildlife connections could purchase a kangaroo or otherwise acquire one, especially a very young one. Plus, what happens when it's older in a year or two and cannot be kept inside her house? I wonder if there will be a lawsuit. The kangaroo was desccribed as being young and small, although apparently not a newborn. It was covered in a blanket and held in a "baby carrier" which I suspect might mean a car seat (so at least the animal was safe in her vehicle). I probably like kangaroos more than most people in that I'm fascinated by the opportunity to enter their enclosures, pet them, and feed them in some Australian zoos and wildlife centers. I really like them, but I wouldn't want the responsibility of raising one in my home. OTOH, I can understand that a kangaroo would provide more emotional support than some animals, such as snakes, pigs, and geese, ever could.