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Cops Do The Nicest Thing For A Bird Who Built Her Nest On Their Car

The officers of Ohio’s Parma Police Department just had someone try to steal one of their backup patrol cars. The craziest thing? They helped with the theft. They stepped out one morning to see that their backup car had been taken over… by a tiny bird!
She’d moved in over night and made her nest right in the hood of the car. The officers didn’t need any time to think, they knew exactly how to handle the situation. They taped an umbrella to the window so that her nest wouldn’t have any chance of getting rained on or otherwise messed up by the elements.
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Image Credit: Twitter / lisa lowry
They also knew, though, that just having the umbrella might not be enough to protect the little bird and the beginnings of her new family. So they set up traffic cones around the car and wrapped it in police tape.
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Image Credit: Facebook / City of Parma
To take it even further, the police have been digging up worms and bringing them to the bird. Keven Riley, a Parma Police spokesperson said that while this isn’t necessarily part of their job, officers are helping her because that’s part of their higher calling to help out any kinds of lives, human or animal.
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Image Credit: Facebook / City of Parma
It’s inspiring to see police officers who are so dedicated to making the entire world around them a better place. This is exactly the kind of publicity that police departments the country over are needing, and if many departments keep this type of work up, it’s very likely that public opinion of police forces will start turning around. Share away, people!

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