More than a job, being a police officer is akin to a calling. Dedicating your life, your very existence, to helping out your neighbor is a noble profession that requires a certain mindset and will few have.
The following story comes to us by way of Jupiter, Florida. Officer Tom Carey was enjoying his much deserved retirement. Strolling along the beach, basking in the Caribbean landscape.
Out by the shoreline, in a panicked state, Martha Brox was living a nightmare. Her 8-year-old Brussels Griffon, Oscar Wilde, had been swept out to sea by a wild wave. The surf had tossed him about, and, once it was done with its fury, deposited the bedraggled pet back into the sand.
The poor animal was not moving, his eyes glazing over, his heart minutes from stopping, water gushing from his languid mouth. Carey spotted the turmoil and rapidly flew by the woman’s side.
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