SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — You can call this a foster fail in the best possible way!
Dispatchers with the Sevierville Police Department were fostering Maddie, an 8-year-old hound mix from the Sevier Animal Care Center, in hopes that someone would eventually adopt her.
Turns out, that "someone" is the SPD!
“It seems Maddie has won over the hearts of everyone here,” said SPD Chief Joseph Manning. “She wanders the halls and offices, eagerly visiting each of us throughout the day. We’re so glad she has a permanent home with us.”
So Maddie will stay on as the newest member of the SPD family.
She is the second dog fostered at the police department.
Maddie doesn't have any police expertise. The 8-year-old hound mix mostly just wants love and a comfy place to sleep.
Sevierville Police Dispatchers are fostering Maddie with the Sevier Animal Care Center. Her temporary home is in the SPD building, but she's looking for a forever family.
SPD introduced Maddie in a Wednesday Facebook post.
Families interested in adopting Maddie can contact the Sevier Animal Care Center. The Center's phone number is 865-456-6300.