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SCP-0000 emerging from a trash can outside of Site-58.

Item #: SCP-0000

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-0000 is currently contained at Site-17's 4th Floor Euclid Wing in a Standard Mammalian Containment Cell customized with carpeted floors and numerous jungle gyms to occupy itself.

SCP-0000 is required to wear a vibrant, red collar with a bell attached at all times. If SCP-0000 is seen without its collar or the bell has gone missing, the collar is to be replaced immediately. SCP-0000 is to be fed twice daily, its diet consisting of small fruits and berries, vegetables, nuts, and eggs.

SCP-0000's cell is to be checked bi-weekly for any form of contraband or weaponry.

Description: SCP-0000 is a male North American raccoon (Procyon lotor). When inside of a garbage receptacle, SCP-0000 has the ability to teleport to other receptacles within an as of yet undetermined distance. (See Addendum 0000.2). SCP-0000 possesses above-average intellect, able to understand basic motor functions and verbal commands. SCP-0000 is notably mischievous and has been witnessed purposefully causing inconveniences for both the general public and Foundation personnel.

Addendum 0000.1 - Discovery

SCP-0000 was discovered on March 16, 2016, when it suddenly leapt out of a trash can in Site-58's surface-level cafeteria, and managed to steal a single doughnut from the buffet before teleporting away. Following this, SCP-0000 reappeared at Site-58 a total of forty-five times, each time stealing various food items and harassing personnel, before finally being effectively contained on January 13, 2019 after it was captured under an empty supply crate. Notably, over thirteen automatic weapons went missing in the midst of SCP-0000's exploitations. These weapons have not been recovered.

Following SCP-0000's containment, it was moved to Site-17, where Junior Researcher Dr. Damien Moore was made responsible for the documentation and study of its anomalous properties.

Addendum 0000.2 - Test Logs

Under the jurisdiction of Dr. Moore, several tests were conducted over the span of two-weeks in the effort to better understand the extent of SCP-0000's abilities.

Test 1: October 19, 2019

Foreward: Foundation owned trash cans are placed side-by-side within Chicago, Illinois and SCP-XXX is instructed to "teleport".

Result: SCP-XXX was unable to teleport to the second Foundation trash can.

Test 2: October 19, 2019

Foreward: SCP-XXX is placed into a trash can that already resided in the city of Chicago and fitted with a tracking collar; simply instructed to "teleport."

Result: SCP-XXX teleports to a trash can behind a McDonald's.

Test 3: October 25, 2019

Forward: Numerous Procyon lotor specimens are captured by the Foundation, fitted with tracking collars, and placed into non-Foundation trash cans to see if they, as well, have the ability to teleport.

Result: All Procyon lotor specimens teleported to random trash cans throughout the city of Chicago, Illinois.

Note: "Interesting. Maybe SCP-XXX itself isn't even anomalous, but the trash cans within the state are? I wonder how far this goes; by the end of this, the entire document may need a revision." — Dr. Moore, Site-17

Test 4: October 26, 2019

Forward: Two trash cans are borrowed from a local diner and placed side-by-side. D-705 is tasked with climbing inside of one and told to "focus on teleporting to one next to [them]."

Result: D-705 successfully teleports to the trash can next to the one they are inside.

Addendum 0000.X - Update 05/09/2019

On July 7th, a note arrived at Site-17 enclosed within an unmarked envelope. The contents of this note have been transcribed below.

It's best you stop looking into this.

You won't like what you see.

R.I.

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