The cat officer signals that he is ready to take office! He was given a special task, no policeman can match him

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cat officer Fuzz
Facebook / Fort Smith Police Department

No one was able to accomplish this mission as well as Agent Fuzz. A four-legged policeman was given a combat task – the future of many children depended on him. Although the kitten is an extremely busy animal, he did not wait a moment and immediately got to work. An exceptional policeman has put on a uniform and gone to fight for justice.

A four-legged officer has been given a unique mission. They couldn’t have chosen someone better

A cat in the ranks of the police? Why not! After the success of Fred, the feline secret agent, the services are looking a little more favorably on purring candidates, as evidenced by the story of a Siamese kitten from the United States.

Officer Fuzz arrived at the police station four years ago as a little kitten. The animal was specially selected from Jen’s Kitty Rehab charges, and upon arriving at the police station, officers immediately saw the makings of an officer in their own right.

cat officer Fuzz
Facebook / Fort Smith Police Department
cat officer Fuzz
Facebook / Fort Smith Police Department

Since that day, the gray cat has been cheering up his colleagues every day. Even though he doesn’t wear a uniform like the rest of the cops, he has many responsibilities. He regularly visits schools, churches and libraries and ensures the good image of the local police. No one could do the job better than him.

This time the cat decided to go to school. However, this was no ordinary installation. His students were children on the autism spectrum. In this specialized educational center, he managed to forge exceptional bonds. Pawfficer Fuzz’s visit was unforgettable.

cat officer Fuzz
Facebook / Fort Smith Police Department

Agent Fuzz visited a center for autistic children. They will never forget this day

Pawfficer Fuzz of the Fort Smith Police Department visited Hope 4, an educational facility for children with the autism spectrum, Friday, August 11. His visit was greeted with boundless joy. The cute kitten immediately found new friends among the students.

“In a room full of curiosity and joy, one of the many standout moments was the instant bond between Pawfficer Fuzz and the little girl,” it read on Facebook.

cat officer Fuzz
Facebook / Fort Smith Police Department

Autism and cats. Caring for a cat helps children with autism

It has long been known that caring for an animal can have a therapeutic effect. Researchers point to the potential benefits of adopting a pet for children with autism spectrum (ASD). Caring for a cat can positively influence problematic behavior. Develops empathy and mindfulness in children with autism. In light of what the scientific research says, Agent Fuzz’s visit to the center was a target.

The children crowded around the animal, all wanting to pet it. Fuzz patiently endured the attention given to him by center officials.

We were honored to be there and can’t wait to go back! Thank you to the staff, children and everyone who helped make this day one we will remember forever.

The visit made the children smile. A meeting with a unique four-legged policeman will surely be remembered for a long time.

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