Surrey Police have managed to ignite the sentimental side of thousands of social media users, after posting some festive pictures of their police puppies.
In a post shared on their social media page, one of the forces social media gurus said:
“There is a lot to be anxious about at the moment…Only one thing for it…Bring out the puppies!
“This litter were born in November, and we’ve been saving them up for a special occasion – it feels like everyone could do with a moment of “cute” at the moment!”
The pictures went down well with their followers, with over 1k ‘likes’ in less than four hours.
One social media user said: “They are adorable, what does one need to do to get chased down by them?”.
Whilst another added: “Yes that’s definitely hit the cute mark and exactly what we need.. have a great safe Christmas”.
The three pictures feature some adorable puppies wearing a blue hat in front of a Christmas tree and surrounded by baubles.
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