I'm not sure who will see this and if this officer and his colleague from the 79th precinct (a detec
I'm not sure who will see this and if this officer and his colleague from the 79th precinct (a detective - sorry didn't get his name), will get any recognition, but they were pretty amazing this morning in rescuing a pit bull who was left to die, in the dead of winter, tied to a school yard no less. We need more officers and detectives like this. This is what it's really all about. They allowed two civilians, one being myself, to "help" with this rescue effort. They were empathetic, patient and understanding. In the end, we came up with a plan and were able to capture and rescue the dog. I do hope they keep to their word and bring the animal to a shelter and she gets the opportunity to be adopted and find a forever home. Thank you gentlemen for being true humanitarians, caring and fighting for all.