As the Norman, Oklahoma, woman drove along a busy freeway, she noticed something quite strange. A frightened donkey ambled down the street. She reported the creature to the authorities before stopping her car and jumping to save it.
Robin was able to keep the donkey quiet in the meanwhile. After a while came Officer Kyle Canaan. At first, Officer Canaan was clueless about how to handle this utterly unique circumstance, but he soon came to the right conclusion. The woman volunteered to adopt Squishy, the donkey, from her house a few miles away. Officer Canaan chose to offer Squishy a ride, nevertheless, since the correct vehicle was taking too long to arrive. A ride Squish accepted with great pleasure. The Norman, Oklahoma Police Department posted on Facebook that every day, its officers deal with the unexpected. Officer Kyle Canaan responded to a complaint this morning at 8100 regarding a donkey that was wandering along 120th Avenue NE.
He transported the donkey to a nearby home to ensure its safety until its owner was found. It’s not every day that you see a donkey in a police car!”
The rescued donkey got along well with him, and they even had some fun along the way, even though he refused to enter the rear of a patrol car—a spot typically reserved for outlaws. In actuality, Canaan disclosed to KFOR, it made use of his police car’s lavatory. Given the number, it was probably shortly after breakfast.
An enormous triumph was that the officer expressed interest in taking the four-legged passenger if no one else was willing to.