Imagine If You Will: You're At Work Like Normal Day At The Office in your Texas hometown And Someone Calmly Walks In And Says, "Wanna See A Kangaroo?".

Depending on what type of person you are after you respond with either "WHAT?" or "Stop playing" to get over the shock of the question you were just asked, you'll probably want to go see what's going on.

We were put into that predicament today at the offices of Townsquare Media Tyler-Longview as a furry visitor was seen hopping around taking a tour.

This Is Quigley.

Quigley is a kangaroo that serves with the East Texas branch of Creature Teacher, an educational wildlife program that provides live animal programs for birthdays, schools, scouting events, corporate events, libraries and more in the Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Tyler and East Texas areas.

On Monday morning during Hurricane Beryl, Quigley got out of the door from his home in the Lake Fork/Alba area according to a post on The Creature Teacher Facebook page. Thankfully, he was found the next day at home unharmed.

Quigley Will Be Going On Tour So More East Texans Can Get To Know Him.

It was really cool to get to pet Quigley up close and you can too as Creature Teacher's franchise owner Amanda Galyean will be bringing him to several East Texas libraries this week for FREE so you can see him for yourself!

Here's where you can see Quigley:

  • The Rains County Public Library on Thursday from 1 to 2 p.m.
  • The Tyler Public Library on Friday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and noon to 1 p.m.
  • The Crockett Public Library on Saturday at 10 to 11 a.m.

Big thanks to Amanda and Quigley for stopping by and check out Creature Teacher at their website and Facebook page.

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