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Abused puppy rescued and adopted by police (PHOTOS)

Custom_sam_sheepdog_300_thumb By Martha | June 14, 2013 | Comments (26)

Little Seven is about four months old and loving her new family, a police officer and her squad in Manassas, VA. About a month ago, Prince William County police officers on bike patrol spotted her being kicked by her owner. The police intervened and took away the puppy and charged the owner with animal cruelty.

After the puppy's owner was arrested, Little Seven was put up for adoption. Police Officer Katie Zaimis and her squad in the eastern district fell in love with the Beagle Pit Bull mix and shortly after Katie adopted the puppy.

Little Seven is named after a Star Trek character Seven of Nine. The Prince William County Police Department writes on their Facebook page, "Seven and her new family are doing great".

Little Seven was rescued by police when they saw her being abused

Little Seven

Little Seven

Little Seven

Little Seven

Little Seven

Little Seven



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Comments on this Article

Nice story, just one question of the Prince William County police? Can I have the abusers address please? I would like to pay them a visit.
No, Elizabeth, you're not wrong, I'd like to kick that owner, and worse! What an adorable little girl this puppy is, and thanks to the police officers who rescued her and then adopted her. From the pictures, she looks like she's already spoiled rotten, lol! But that's ok, that's what these wonderful creatures are for! They give us unconditional love, the least we can do is spoil them!
Yellow suits her, she is adorable.
I love a good rescue story. Kudos to the cops that saved her.
She is surely an adorable puppy and very lucky to have saved her from an abusive owner. Hats up to the officer.
I am happy to hear so many stories lately of police departments acting on the behalf of animals. I hope all police departments recognize what an effect way this is of garnering positive publicity and make it their agency's policy. In the process I also hope this plants the seed for a cultural shift where we start taking crimes against animals more seriously. It's starting to look like not only has the seed been planted, but that it has already started to take root. I certainly hope this is the case.
God bless you for saving this sweet puppy!! You will granted something in the end by God!! God spelled backwards is dog and god is watching Thank you!!! :')
She is so cute and Thank you for saving this precious life. I will never understand how anyone can hurt these amazing creatures. Have a wonderful life together.
she's a beautiful dog. whats wrong with these cruel people. maybe someone kicked him when he was little. glad she is safe.
Unconditional love !
Such a loving end for a traumatic life of this poor puppy. We need more compassionate competent police officers like this wonderful officer who took appropriate action when a crime was committed against an animal. And above the call of her duty, her kind heart took her one step further and adopted this wonderful being. Humanity is such a delightful pleasant feeling. Thank you for all you have done for this puppy, and the cruel previous owner would have time to think about their place in our society and hopefully change for the better.
adorable!!!
So nice to see good cop/saved dog story. Usually you only see the other side. Looks like officer Katie and Seven are a perfect match.
This puppy looks exactly like my girl, Lulu. Wish I could post a picture so you could see!
New York State just passed a law that makes abusers register as an animal abuser. Hopefully other states will follow suit.
That's no beagle/pit mix. That's a purebred English Coonhound, and only about 10 weeks old from the look of things in the pic. For more information about coonhounds as pets, go to coonhoundcompanions.com Seven should grow up to be 45-65 lbs., and would make a fine SAR dog is officer Katie wants to train her for the work.
Aww. So cute. I'm glad that Seven now has a loving and caring family.
Kick a baby like this one...No Way Jose! Who wants to kick that idiot? Wrong to say but hey, no puppy deserves that. What an adorable little baby Seven is, Beagle part reminds me of my baby. So happy there is a great and loving family caring for this baby now!
I agree with Senior Lass. We need to post the pics of people who are arrested for animal abuse. Let the world know who they are. Thank God this puppy is now safe and will have a happy life.
P.S. and throw the book at him :)
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