MARIETTA, Ga. — This could be one of the most adorable things you see today.
A group of pups in Marietta made a break for it Sunday morning, but Marietta police were able to wrangle them back into their home.
In a tongue-in-cheek Facebook post, Marietta police jokingly referred to the six puppies as “escapees” who made a “prison break.”
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Police said after escaping, the puppies wandered out onto Cobb Parkway before their owners realized they had gotten out.
Officer Covino and the, probably fictional, “Puppies Aimlessly Wandering” (PAW) Patrol were able to rescue the furry friends before they were hit by a car.
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“You just can’t make this stuff up! (Okay, maybe we did embellish a little, but you did smile, didn’t you?” the Facebook post went on to read.
Roswell police say they even want in on the PAW Patrol.
“RPD humbly requests that the PAW Patrol becomes a multi-jurisdictional task force so that we can participate,” Roswell police commented on the post.
In all seriousness, the department is reminding pet owners to make sure your fence is “escape resistant” and that the furriest members of your family are wearing collars with ID tags, just in case.
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