October 27, 2015

Rescue Goat Joins Australian Police ForceRescue Goat Joins Australian Police Force – Urban Farmhttp://www.urbanfarmonline.com/images/news/boxer-officer.jpgrescue goat, Australian police, New South WalesThe Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit of a police force in Sydney has been taking care of a goat.The Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit of a police force in Sydney has been taking care of a goat.The Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit of a police force in Sydney has been taking care of a goat.newsCari JorgensenOctober 27, 2015Rescue Goat Joins Australian Police Force (UrbanFarmOnline.com)

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Low on police officers? Hire a goat! That’s what the Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit of the New South Wales (NSW) Police Force in Sydney, Australia, did. Just kidding. They do, however, have an honorary recruit in Boxer, a baby Boer goat.

Boxer was rescued after his mother was taken to the vet for an emergency C-section and subsequently died. Boxer was blue, but after working on him for 20 minutes, veterinarians were able to save him, The Daily Telegraph reports.

According to Mashable, Boxer was originally brought into the station to cheer up a colleague’s daughter who was recovering from an illness. The baby goat has since been a permanent fixture at the station, spending nights in the officers’ homes.

 

No kidding! Our newest RBDU mascot! RBDU operators looking after our latest addition to the team. Boxer the Boer Goat being hand raised & fed after his mother unfortunately passing away.

Posted by Rescue & Bomb Disposal Unit – NSW Police Force on Sunday, October 18, 2015

Doesn’t Boxer make the cutest police officer?

 

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