Officer Drucker couldn't just leave without doing anything for Smokey, so she found a neighbor who was willing to take him in.
Then she drove straight out to a pet store and, using her own money, bought him "25 lb. bag of dog food, rawhide bones, treats and flea medicine for 'Smokey,'" according to the Facebook page. "She gave him a bath, applied the flea medicine and made sure he was fed."
According to the Newport News Police Department, the look on Smokey's face after chewing on his new rawhide bone "made it all worth it" for Officer Drucker.
Police officers are here to protect and serve our communities, and dogs are certainly part of those communities, so it's important to celebrate when people like Kendra Drucker go above and beyond for a four-legged critter in need. Thanks Officer Drucker!