Welland auto dealer Chris Primerano has found a buyer for a vintage 1941 Buick that he saved from a scrap metal recycler but the new owner won't be taking possession of the vehicle for five or six weeks. That's because a mother raccoon has shredded the back seat and turned it into a nursery for her litter of kits. Kind-hearted Primerano will not issue an eviction notice and will allow the family to remain there until they are old enough to move out on their own. This is not the first time he has encountered wildlife in his car lot:
"One day, a guy wanted to buy a Cadillac we had for parts," he recalled. "I opened the hood of the car to put a battery in it. … There was a snake in the battery box."