It's a definite scam. [email protected] is a free email address, which is not something that a legitimate company would be using.
Were you given a website for this fake courier?
Also, the seller of the pet is part of the scam, so please post their details as well.
The best thing for you to do now is block the seller and the courier and don't respond to them any further.
Scams selling or giving away non-existent animals, often Puppy Scams.
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