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Woman Shares Cop Taking World’s Cutest Selfies With K9 Partner And He Replies!

Some moments feel too pure for this world.

Gina Anzaldua Stevenson saw one of these magical interactions while passing through the Dallas Love Field Airport in Texas. She snapped a few quick photos and uploaded them to Facebook, and they’re adorable enough to melt anyone’s heart!


Gina was walking through the airport when she saw Dallas police officer Andre Cloyd enjoying some downtime with his K9 partner Zigi. While service dogs like Zigi take their jobs very seriously, they have plenty of fun when they’re relaxing! So while the duo was on their break, they decided to snap a few selfies.

The best part was that each time Cloyd took a new picture, he stopped to show it to his amazing partner. Obviously, he wanted Zigi’s paw of approval!


Most cops share a close bond with their K9 partners, and it’s always incredible to see them display their love for their pups so tangibly!


Gina was so delighted that she shared the pictures she took of their precious encounter on the Dogspotting Society’s Facebook page. Her fellow animal-lovers just haven’t been able to get enough of them!

They weren’t the only ones. It wasn’t long before Cloyd stumbled across the post and came forward with the selfies he knew everyone wanted to see!


“Here are the selfies Zigi and I took that you all have asked for!” he wrote.

Of course, everyone was thrilled! “Just a couple good boys looking for the bad guys! Thank you for your service!” one Dogspotting member wrote. Another said, “I flew out of DAL yesterday! I wish I would have seen Zigi. I would have loved to pet him on his lunch break.”


Who else wishes they had Cloyd and Zigi as coworkers? These two are clearly devoted partners who aren’t afraid to have some fun sometimes!

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