Canadians are ready to get back outside and enjoy the summer weather. Apparently that also applies to animals. This morning, York Regional Police spotted two horses just having a chill day.\nThe YRP shared the news in a tweet, writing "Found Horses - 2 horses located out for a neighhhbourly stroll in the area of 19th ave and Woodbine Ave cityofmarkham if you have any information on who the owners are please call Communications 1-866-876-5423."\nThe tweet also included a photo of the equine duo, who seem to just be bathing in the golden morning sun. Seriously, whoever took this picture did a great job.\nIt would also be a shame not to point out that amazing horse pun. York Regional Police is really pulling out the dad jokes on this one.\nHopefully whoever happened to let their horses get loose can manage to get them back safely.\nJudging by the area where they were found, they might have been heading to the 19th Avenue Farmers Market, or possible Baker's Harness and Saddlery for some cool new duds. They can't order them online, what with their hooves and all.\nThis has already been a spring and summer season filled with tons of free-roaming wildlife.\nFound Horses - 2 horses located out for a neighhhbourly stroll in the area of 19th ave and Woodbine Ave cityofmarkham if you have any information on who the owners are please call Communications 1-866-876-5423 pic.twitter.com/n2BUUJwcXK— York Regional Police (@YRP) June 13, 2020\nBack in May, the Guelph Police saved a few helpless ducklings that had gotten stuck in a storm drain, while Toronto Police helped a family of (abnormally well-behaved) Canada Geese and their babies cross the street.\nOn May 3rd, a concerned citizen contacted the #GuelphPoliceService in regards to two baby ducks that had fallen into a storm drain grate in #Guelph & were trapped. Officers attended the scene, were able to rescue the ducks & safely reunited them with their mother. #GuelphProud pic.twitter.com/ovLK3JZ9Zf— Guelph Police Service (@gpsmedia) May 4, 2020\nAlso in Toronto, a family of foxes that had made Woodbine Beach their home became local celebrities. So much so, that By-law had to put a fence up to keep people away from them.\nNot all of the animals creeping back into cities have been peaceful, though. Ottawa residents had to deal with an aggressive coyote that was attacking people.