NYPD finds 8 sweater-clad dogs in abandoned building

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NYPD finds 8 sweater-clad dogs in abandoned building
Police officers sometimes stumble upon some unusual things while responding to routine calls. In one such case, NYPD officials found 8 small dogs in an abandoned building on Monday and these animals can likely bring a smile to almost anyone's face.
8 little fellas were rescued from an abandoned building today & on their way to Bklyn AC&C. Kudos to #nypd #AC&C http://t.co/Vhir1eVMfi
Vacant Gravesend, New York, apartment where the dogs were found.

BROOKLYN, NY- APRIL 9:NYPD 61st Precinct in Brooklyn , NY on April 4, 2013. The New York Police Department, established in 1845, is the largest police force in USA
Want to adopt the pups? Call AC&C @ 212-788-4000. Mention they were brought in by the 61. Must wait 3 days for pups to be medically cleared
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Police officers sometimes stumble upon some unusual things while responding to routine calls.

In one such case, NYPD officials found 8 cute little dogs in an abandoned building on Monday.

All the pooches were suited up, having been dressed in cozy sweaters.The canines were found in a Brooklyn structure after the property owner checked things out and spotted indicators that somebody had been inside.

That individual thought either a burglar or squatters had entered the building and called police for assistance. When officers arrived on scene and searched the property, they didn't find any people inside but did locate the eight, adorably dressed dogs in a bedroom on the top floor.

The NYPD 61st Precinct later shared the image of the dogs inside a crate with a note that reads, "8 little fellas were rescued from an abandoned building today." They are now in the care of workers at Brooklyn Animal Care and Control.

In a follow-up Tweet, the NYPD noted that anyone looking to adopt the dogs should call the facility and mention they were taken there by officials from the 61st precinct.


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