In order to save a hamster, the police used the armed emergency force to break into the house.

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 In order to save a hamster, the police used the armed emergency force to break into the house.


They forcibly broke into a house in Alestri and rescued a very hungry hamster. Afterwards, the local police said on their official social account: Tonight, our police are on the front line as usual. We forcibly entered the house and found that the hamster was still alive. Thankfully, it was very hungry.

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People who saw the news were puzzled. Why did the police go to such a big fight to save a hamster?

Originally, the owner of the hamster was arrested and imprisoned a week ago. But he has refused to let the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) take over his unattended pet hamster. In desperation, RSPCA decided to call the police, saying that the hamster had been starving for nearly a week because its owner was in prison. According to the Daily Mail on January 22, an armed police force soon raided the prisoners home and rescued the hamster. Subsequently, hamsters were taken to a nearby veterinary hospital and placed in the care of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Later, the matter caused great controversy. Some netizens asked, Is it April Fools Day today? Local Councillor Lesham also disagreed. Its crazy. Why do they need armed forces? Do they think a hamster is dangerous? I believe armed police have more important things to do. In response, a Derbyshire police spokesman explained: We have an obligation to respond to requests from cooperating agencies, such as RSPCA. Although our police force has been in a state of inadequacy, this operation has no impact on daily policing. Source: Red Star News Author: Xu Xuans Responsible Editor: Su Honghong_NBJ9980

Originally, the owner of the hamster was arrested and imprisoned a week ago. But he has refused to let the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) take over his unattended pet hamster. In desperation, RSPCA decided to call the police, saying that the hamster had been starving for nearly a week because its owner was in prison. According to the Daily Mail on January 22, an armed police force soon raided the prisoners home and rescued the hamster. Subsequently, hamsters were taken to a nearby veterinary hospital and placed in the care of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Later, the matter caused great controversy. Some netizens asked, Is it April Fools Day today? Local Councillor Lesham also disagreed. Its crazy. Why do they need armed forces? Do they think a hamster is dangerous? I believe armed police have more important things to do.

In response, a Derbyshire police spokesman explained: We have an obligation to respond to requests from cooperating agencies, such as RSPCA. Although our police force has been in a state of inadequacy, this operation has no impact on daily policing.