During her duty as a Boston, Virginia policeman, Caitlin Russell stumbled across a pair of small lost skunks.
To assist the children, Russell and her colleague cop fearlessly approached them. Skunks are well-known for their foul-smelling protective spray, which many humans experience when they encounter skunks in the wild.
But the cops chose to rescue them since they were small fluffy animals that had lost their parents and siblings.
Authorities in Cambridge said that the Animal Commission had previously discovered what seemed to be another pair of sibling skunks.
They were taken to an animal rehab clinic by nice police officers, and they should be able to remain there for as long as they need.
The staff would release the siblings to their native homes as soon as they were able to do it themselves.
Not only do police officers rescue the lives of innocent citizens and animals, but they also put their own lives in danger by attempting to assist dangerous creatures.