Two weeks ago, there was a wildfire and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in the area called the cops from Vacaville, California to help evacuated the dogs and cats under their care. One dog’s life changed from the rescue.
– A dog was rescued from the SPCA during a wildfire.
– The dog was a stray and was taken to the SPCA a day before the wildfire.
– One of the cops that evacuated the dogs and cats at the SPCA decided to…
One of the officers who helped evacuated the dogs and cats was Officer Carly Stone. She remembered that she took one dog out named Sean. When they reached their office, the police officer was in front of the computer and the dog went near her. The dog placed one of its paws on her arm and began wagging his tail.
The next day, Stone went to the SPCA to see the dog again. Accordingly, the dog was a stray and it was brought in just a day before the fire. No one has claimed him so the officer decided to adopt it.
Read the heartwarming story by Rowena Shaddox at – http://www.foxnews.com/