Puppy rescued from flooding car and deputy names her ‘Dorian’

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In Orange County, Florida, a very alert deputy from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office gets the approval of all animal lovers. On Wednesday,  Deputy Josh Tolliver spotted an abandoned vehicle which had been partially flooded from the hurricane and in it was a scared and wet puppy.

“She was wet and scared but otherwise fine,” the department posted on their Facebook page.

The adorable little pup was scheduled to be turned over to Orange County Animal Services, but someone as cute as Dorian and such a special rescue situation may have just been the mysterious force bringing the two together. More photos and a special post tells us that Deputy Tolliver fell instantly in love.

“It’s possible that the deputy who rescued her will adopt her. If he doesn’t, and if she is turned over to animal services, we will let you know.”

Seems to be we are letting you know. Welcome home Dorian. Deputy Tolliver – you are a hero.

“Here she is, living her best life with Deputy Tolliver! “

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