It seems that one local critter has gotten themselves into a pretty nutty situation. On Thursday, a trapped Toronto squirrel was reportedly stuck inside a Stuart Weitzman store on Bloor Street. The rodent was found hanging out in the window of the designer shoe shop while waiting to be rescued.\nUPDATE: Stuart Weitzman confirmed on Thursday evening that the squirrel had been safely freed from their Bloor Street location.\nEARLIER: On Thursday afternoon, multiple photos and videos appeared on Twitter showcasing what appeared to be a squirrel trapped inside the store.\nThe critter can be seen pacing around the window display and climbing over shoes as it attempts to get back outside.\n"Hey Torontonians on Twitter! Just spotted a little poor guy trapped in a shoe store Stuart Weitzman on Bloor. He looks dehydrated and exhausted," wrote one poster. At the moment, there is no way of knowing how long the animal has been inside the store or how it got in. However, one Twitter user stated that residents were reportedly attempting to pass some food off to the critter while it was awaiting rescue.\n"Some women came back with nuts to push through the door," wrote the user.\nHey Torontonians on Twitter! Just spotted a little poor guy trapped in a shoe store Stuart Weitzman on Bloor. He looks dehydrated and exhausted :( Any idea where to reach out? @311Toronto @CNN @blogTO pic.twitter.com/cQogD407a0— トロントが大好きで住み着いた人🌱 (@mika_yyz) May 7, 2020\nNarcity has reached out to 311 Toronto and Stuart Weitzman about the incident, but it's unclear if it has been taken care of.\nHowever, 311 Toronto did reply to a Twitter thread of the situation, stating that they were "looping in @StuartWeitzman so they are aware of this to assist."\nThere’s a squirrel locked inside @StuartWeitzman on bloor. He looks so hungry. Luckily some women came back with nuts to push through the door. @blogTO pic.twitter.com/1kimgOmuej— rixajoy (@rixajoy) May 7, 2020\nHowever, this isn't the only Toronto animal that has needed rescuing from a bizarre situation.\nA Toronto skunk once had to be rescued when it got itself stuck in a McFlurry container.\nToronto Animal Services were forced to remove the plastic ring of the lid before letting the creature go.\nA bunch of raccoons also had to be rescued for a city home last year, after they were caught hanging out in one of the rooms.