We suppose that Patrick Hennesy wanted nothing more than to get home and warm up in bed as quickly as possible while driving home in the chilly at 4.30 in the morning.
But he didn’t think twice to stop and assist when he saw two fearful puppies in need.
Hennesy noticed two pit bulls snuggled up together by the side of the road and swiftly deduced that they were hurt and in need of assistance.
Both puppies licked and rubbed on the cops as they approached the stray dogs as if to express their gratitude.
They appeared to be aware that the officers were there to assist.
The cops quickly realized one of the stray animals was bleeding heavily when they noticed the source of the blood spatter on the ground.
The officers swiftly did everything they could to stop the bleeding after determining that the stray must have been hit by a car.
One of the cops treated the stray’s wound with gauze and applied pressure while the other called Orange County Animal Services, who asked the officers to watch the puppies until they could arrive and take over.
While they waited for assistance, the police did everything they could to console the shivering, chilly dogs, giving them hugs to warm them up.
There was no way they would have left the two pups in need despite the fact that they were both chilly and exhausted.
When animal services finally arrived, they were taken into custody.
The two puppies had become less frightened because of the police officers’ kindness and patience, and when they were taken to the shelter, both pit bulls couldn’t have been happier, loving, and appreciative.
The two puppies, Liberty and Justice, have already brought the shelter workers much joy and happiness. The team is hoping that the charming duo will soon find their ideal forever family.
After settling in at the shelter, the police who kept them both safe and secure were able to visit them, and we’re thrilled to discover that both Liberty and Justice now appear to be the happiest puppies in the world.