Imagine you are walking down the road and all of a sudden, you come across an injured animal. What will you do? Chances are that you will call the emergency services. Or maybe you will call an animal rescue center if you have their contact information stored in your phone.
Patrick Hennessey, a citizen of Florida, was driving to work early in the morning at around 4:30 am. Suddenly, his eyes went to the sidewalk and he saw two dogs – pit bulls. One of the pit bulls seemed to be suffering – it was injured. Without any delay, he called 911. Two sheriffs appeared to take care of the injured dog.
Officers Reed and Boggs arrived at the spot. They found out that one of the pitbulls had met with a car accident that had left a large gash on her skin. Her friend, the other pit bull, was staying beside her, supporting her, as long as she recovered. But the injury needed external help.
As the officers came, Patrick, all joined them to treat the injured dog. Her gash was wound up in a bandage and she was fed some snacks. The purpose was to warm her up. Once she got the snacks, warming up was no longer her purpose. She became best friends with the cops. The officers stayed with the dogs till Animal Services came and took care of them. They had a tough goodbye.
But goodbyes are not what life is about, right?
The Animal Center did its best and was able to put the injured dog back to her feet. The cops could not stay away from them for too long. So, both Reed and Boggs visited the dog. And what do you know? The dog remembered them clearly. She started loving the cops back.
"PUPDATE"!!!!It was one week ago, Deputy Reed and Deputy Boggs helped calm and comfort two very sweet, scared pit bulls (one injured) that were found wandering in a dangerous high-traffic intersection. The dogs were taken to Orange County Animal Services where they were promptly named Liberty and Justice and are now up for adoption. Here's a short video from Animal Services of our Sector 4 deputies checking up on the pups, who are full of personality. We want Justice (A362290) and Liberty (A362289) to find a forever home. Hopefully together. Please adopt them.The deputies are spoken for :)Please go to this link: www.ocnetpets.com for more information on Liberty and Justice.
Posted by Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida on Thursday, November 3, 2016
It’s such a wonderful thing when humans are so kind to animals. These cops set an example of kindness. The happy ending for these dogs is really something we all wanted to see. And the internet is all praises for the cops.
They truly stand out as an inspiration, not only for cops but all human beings.
Photo Credits: Facebook/Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Florida