Officer Drives Miniature Donkey to Safety in Back of Police Car

Officer Kyle Canaan found the donkey wandering along a rural Oklahoma road and took him to safety.

A police officer in Oklahoma placed an unlikely subject in the back of his patrol car: a miniature donkey.

Norman police Officer Kyle Canaan responded to a call from a woman saying there was a donkey wandering along a rural road on Tuesday morning.

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After a little pushing and pulling, the officer finally got the donkey, nicknamed "Squishy," into the back of his car.

The officer told KFOR that the donkey actually fit inside the vehicle perfectly, saying: "I rolled the window down for it."

The police department shared a snap of the donkey to Twitter, writing: "It's not everyday that you see a donkey in the back of a police car. Ofc Canaan helped get it safely off the roadway."

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The woman who alerted police said she plans to keep Squishy if no one claims him, and asked police to drive the donkey to the pen she had prepared.

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