After issues at the border with a new Vancouver Canucks player's tortoises, Tim Hortons delivered a care package that included custom donuts and hockey cards with animals on them.
Canadian Braden Holtby signed with the Canucks back in October but the move to Vancouver wasn't a smooth one because his pet tortoises were held up at the Canada-U.S. border.
Now that they've cleared customs and arrived in the city, Tims put them on a Long John donut and hockey cards to celebrate.
Welcome home, Honey and Maple! ❤️🇨🇦 https://t.co/CQaDUb0b3Z— Tim Hortons (@Tim Hortons)1606946902.0
Brandi Holtby, the NHLer's wife, shared the special delivery on social media.
"Never in my wildest dreams did I think our two tortoises would end up on a Long John," she tweeted.
One of the tortoises is named Maple which is just so fitting and the other one is Honey.