A litter of puppies found their families with the group of police offers who rescued them. An unknown person visiting a QuikTrip convenience store in Tulsa, Oklahoma left a zipped duffel bag filled with five puppies on the counter. Officers from the Edward Squad Mingo Valley Division responded to the scene.
Finding the tiny, helpless pups, four of the officers immediately adopted four of the puppies. The fifth went home with the QuikTrip employee.
“Overwhelmed with Christmas feelings,” The Tulsa Police Department shared on Facebook along with photos of the officers holding the pups.
They added, “Big thanks to the cute pups, awesome officers and QT employee. If you’re looking for a pet, please adopt don’t shop, there are lots of rescues and shelters that are over capacity for abandoned pets.”
People commended the officers and employees for giving the pups homes. “I’m glad they didn’t get dumped out where they suffered. They look like heeler and border collie mix,” Bonnie Roberts wrote.
What a wonderful holidays these abandoned pups got thanks to the responsible folks who rescued them.