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8 Times Police Rescued Animals From Danger

Written by Ls Cohen  |  10. June 2021

Our police help keep order, catch criminals, and protect the public. Apparently, they’re also animal lovers if we at the evidence of all the times they helped out stranded, hurt, or lost feathered and four-legged friends. Here re eight times that police helped to rescue animals on Long Island.

 

Photo: Suffolk County Police Department.

 

Police Rescue Family of Ducklings on Mothers Day - Police in Suffolk gave a mother duck a beautiful gift on Mother's Day by rescuing her babies. Don’t go quakers, click here to get the full story.

 

Photo: Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Facebook page.

 

Act of Kindness: Nassau Police Rescue Red-tailed Hawk - Bird was stuck in a parched car’s bumper. Read the full tale here.

 

Photo: NCPD Facebook page.

 

Police Rescue Dog Stuck in Marsh - Injured dog wandered away and couldn’t make its way back to shore. Click here to read all about this im-paw-sible story.

 

Photo Credit: James Carbone via SCPD Facebook page.

 

Suffolk Police Rescue Little Dog From Drain - Emergency Services Section responded to a residence in Coram. Get the whole tale by clicking here.

 

Photo: Suffolk County Police Department.

 

Suffolk Police Find and Free Lost Dog From a Rock Wall - June Bug, a lab retriever, was missing from her home and found at a beach in Rocky Point. Read about this rocky tale by clicking here.

 

Photo: Suffolk County Police Department.

 

Suffolk Police Save Baby Owl - The Injured owl was rescued in Huntington Station. Who wouldn’t want to read the full story? Click here.

 

Photo: Suffolk County Police Department.

 

Two Escaped Horses Corralled by Suffolk Police - Horses took a mile-and-a-half trek to a neighboring backyard. Giddyup over to read the full story by clicking here.

 

Photo: Suffolk County Police Department.

 

Suffolk Police Rescue Kittens From Car Engine - Cats were safely removed and taken to local animal shelter. We’re not kitten you. You can read the whole story here.

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