From the TSPD Facebook page: "On 07/11/2016 officers of TSPD captured Willow who had wandered away from home in Tarpon Springs. Willow refused to tell officers where she lived so she was taken to the PD where she was booked and photographed."
LOL! What a troublemaker. If you live in Florida and want to adopt Willow, get in touch with In Our Hands Rescue.
From the Independence Police Dept's Facebook page:
"Yes, this really happened today! Each day is different for a police officer but this definitely doesn't happen very often. Officers were dispatched to 23rd and Harris to assist Animal Control on an unusual call. Someone thought it was suspicious when they saw about 20 dogs in a car. It turned out that these rescue dogs were all well taken care of and just on their way to a dog show. They are all trained and apparently have their own special talents. Some of the little ones are still in training and only know how to give kisses."
Don't worry, "Ponch" was safely taken into custody and is now hanging out with the nice people at SF Animal Care. Hopefully he'll be reunited with his humans soon.
A 5 year old girl noticed that there are plenty of police dogs, but not any police cats and she wanted to know why. So she wrote to her local police headquarters to get answers. The chief responded with a sweet note and a drawing of his own cat for good measure. Yeah, this story is adorable.