Police Officer Rescues Donkey From Busy Highway And Drives It To Safety In Patrol Car

The woman from Norman, Oklahoma, found something very unusual while driving along a busy freeway. A scared donkey walked along the road. She stopped her car immediately and jumped to rescue the creature, but not before reporting it to authorities.

In the meantime, Robin managed to not disturb the donkey. Officer Kyle Canaan arrived after some time. Officer Canaan, at first, had no idea how to handle this completely unusual situation, but he quickly figured it out. At her home a few miles away, the woman offered to adopt a donkey named Squishy. However, because the proper vehicle took too long to arrive, officer Canaan decided to give Squishy a ride. A ride that Squish happily accepted. Norman, OK Police Department wrote on Facebook that its officers encounter the unexpected on a daily basis. “This morning, Officer Kyle Canaan answered a call about a donkey roaming along 120th Avenue NE at 8100. He transported the donkey to a nearby home to ensure its safety until its owner was found. It’s not every day that you see a donkey in a police car!”

In spite of the fact that he refused to get into the back of a patrol car, a space normally reserved for outlaws, the rescued donkey got along well with him and they even had some fun along the way. As a matter of fact, Canaan told KFOR, it used the restroom in his police car. “It must have been right after breakfast, because there were many.”

The officer also showed interest in accepting the four-legged passenger if no one was willing to accept it, which was a huge accomplishment.




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