Police Rescue a Stranded Dog on the Side of the Road and Adopt Her

Kaye Fiorello was driving her car on Interstate 75 in Cleveland, Tennessee, when she observed a puppy stuck on the side of the road, wandering in fear in the heat, and she quickly called highway police for assistance. The Tudors patrolman arrived quickly to carry the dog to safety.

With Kaye’s help, the compassionate patrolman provided the dog with water, food, and shade before transporting her to the Cleveland Animal Control Center for a health check. The dog thanked us for the attention, although he still appeared wary of people at the moment.

Kaye stated to The Dodo:

“‘I’m going to sit here until she trusts me,’ he said.” It sounded like a happy dog sigh. And those deer eyes: the difference was night and day. They connected. It was powerful. I was crying a few tears of happiness for that girl.”

CREDIT: Facebook/ Tennessee Highway Patrol

However, the story of this rescue was only getting started; after transferring the dog named Princess to the rescue facility, Tennessee Highway Patrol posted the case on its social media channels.

CREDIT: Facebook/ Tennessee Highway Patrol

On its Facebook page, the highway patrol stated:

“On one hot summer day, a patrolman was alerted to a puppy in distress thanks to a Good Samaritan. The dog was dehydrated and in severe need of water and shade from the sun on the side of #Interstate75. This lovely puppy is now receiving excellent care at Cleveland TN Animal Control. Officer Tudors’ water and snacks were appreciated by the dog.”

CREDIT: Facebook/ Tennessee Highway Patrol

Princess suffered from a hip fracture and required treatment after she was in the custody of the rescue center, according to a veterinary check-up, which she obviously was not going to confront alone. Officer Tudors fell passionately in love with the puppy and chose to legally adopt her as a member of his family after rescuing her.

The road crew stated:

“The puppy that Patrolman Tudors saved has been adopted. Her relatives referred to her as #Princess. She is still being treated at the facility until she can be transferred to her #ForeverHome.”

CREDIT: Facebook/ Tennessee Highway Patrol

Kaye, who had informed the patrol car about the puppy, was overjoyed to learn of her adoption. He was overjoyed to learn that his intervention at the time had radically and permanently changed Princess’ life.

Kaye stated:

“It was all meant to be.”

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Cats are good at self-maintenance. But even your fastidious feline can’t prevent some of these more common cat diseases and health issues.

1. Vomiting

Vomiting is a very common problem with cats with a multitude of causes. They range from eating something poisonous or inedible (like string), to infection, urinary tract disease, or diabetes to hairballs.

2. Feline Lower Urinary Tract Diseases (FLUTD)

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List bellow:

Drinking more

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Bloody urine

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3. Fleas

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Flea dirt on its skin (they look like tiny black dots)

Constant scratching

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