A Northern Ontario man found a newborn moose next to a highway and does the next logical thing...brings it to a Tim Hortons.

According to ctvnews.ca, Stephane Desgroseillers found the moose next to a highway in the Greater Sudbury Area.

Desgroseillers did make an attempt to shoo it into the woods, but wasn't having much luck. “The little calf kept coming back out on the road and wanting to go into the traffic,” he said.

Before dropping the baby moose off at a local animal shelter Desgroseillers and the moose made a pit stop at a Tim Hortons in Lively, Ont.

The animal shelter he tried to reach was closed, so he took the moose home for the night. The next day, Desgroseillers stopped for coffee at Tim Hortons before taking the young moose to the animal shelter.

The 25-pound moose is now being cared for at the Wild at Heart Animal Refuge Centre in Lively, Ont. Staff have determined it’s a male, and was only one day old when found.