It was just an ordinary day for Police officers Hillard and Adkins. They just came from investigating a shoplifting incident at a local store when they passed by a woman asking for their help.
Scared but not hurt
The woman told the police officer about the kittens stuck in her bumper.
The two officers were happy to be of assistance and got down to rescue the kittens.
The pair were meowing loudly but didn’t seem to be hurt.
Adkins decided to bring the two kitties to the vet, given their size, they were obviously young and in need of medical attention. On the way to the vet, the pair wouldn’t stop cuddling Adkins.
Enough to crawl their way into his soft heart.
At the vet, Adkins learned that the pair is just 6 weeks old. By now the pair had already grown so much on Adkins that he didn’t think of giving them up.
Besides, they won’t even let go of him as they continue to snuggle.
The vet assured Adkins that they are healthy and Adkins is free to take them home.
Taking home trophy
Just recently, Adkins was awarded a prestigious award for his service to the Arlington Police Department.
He took home the South District Officer of the Year award and was able to bring an elegant trophy.
But this elegant trophy is nothing compared to the snuggly pair of kittens that he allowed to crawl and capture his heart.
Adkins took the pair home and they are now safe and happy living with his own family.
They even had a great idea in naming the pair: TJ and Max
Because guess what, the local store that he was investigating when he ran into the lady asking for help is TJ Maxx!
What a great story!
Source: Just Something