If so, Jill Jamieson would love to see her go back to her home.
Ms Jamieson said she awoke one morning to find the statue right on her doorstep.
“I assume it was done as a joke, but it probably holds sentimental value to someone in the area,” she said.
She said the statue appeared around November last year.
“We put it around the side that faces the road in a hope someone may see it and recognise it,” she said.
With almost two months passing, it is yet to be claimed.
If you have lost a kangaroo statue contact the Courier and we will put you in touch with Ms Jamieson.