Have a Look at this Puppy’s Reaction When He Realizes It’s the Cop Who Saved Him

Animals deserve to live normal lives. Sad to say, some humans won’t allow them to. Luckily, there are people out there who are committed to saving these animals and making a difference.

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During a drug bust in a motel room in Tustin last March, a puppy named Bubba was found in the room. He tested positive for heroin and meth. The Terrier Mix was immediately handed over to Orange County Animal Care for treatment.

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Days later, the animal care group informed the Tustin Police Department that the puppy was responding well to the drug addiction treatment.

It was great news for a dog who had been so mistreated and abused, but an even better surprise had been planned for him.

He was reunited with Officer Laurich, the man who saved the pup during the drug bust.

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According to the police department’s Facebook page, “Bubba looked very healthy and happy and both he and Officer Laurich seemed to thoroughly enjoy their time together.”

Assistant Director Katie Ingram also shared that Bubba has adjusted very well to his new life and is now among the favorites of the staff. Once he fully recovers, he’ll be taken to a rescue organization that’ll find him a good home – one that can provide him with everything he needs in the future.

It’s just great to see Bubba doing so well. Watch Bubba reunite with Officer Laurich in the video below. Just look at how happy he is!

Please SHARE this wonderful reunion with your Facebook friends today.

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We have received many requests asking about Bubba who was taken into custody in March due to drugs in his system. Today we visited Orange County Animal Care and reunited Bubba with Officer Laurich. Officer Laurich is the original officer who took Bubba into custody. Bubba looked very healthy and happy and both he and Officer Laurich seemed to thoroughly enjoy their time together. Per Assistant Director Katie Ingram, Bubba has adjusted very well and is one of the staff favorites. She also said Bubba is very social, and has multiple rescue groups waiting to take him when he is released. Bubba is estimated to be 5-6 months old. We loved seeing Bubba today and hope you enjoy our Bubba update.

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Gepostet von Tustin Police Department am Mittwoch, 25. Mai 2016