A family of geese escorted to safety by the city police

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When an adorable family of geese somehow ended up on a busy parkway in Greenwood Village, Colorado, USA, the police did something unexpected and heartwarming: they arranged for a police escort to convey the geese back to security. A video caught by Rod Wayne on June 14 shows six geese strolling down the road in a neat row while three police cars cruise around them slowly to guarantee their security. The video was later gotten by the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado Government, and posted on their Facebook page, where it has been seen more than 2.7 million times.

Watch the adorable footage below:

“The police guided them security to the exit and to a grassy area close to the exit ramp,” said Rod Wayne to The Dodo.

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On social media, the sweet gesture has won the Greenwood Village Police a lot of appreciation. “I completely trust you can inform volumes about a person’s character by how they treat animals. God bless these officers for caring like this,” writes one client on Facebook. Another client shared an interesting tidbit of data and expressed, “This is so funny…..when I was living in greenwood village a momma duck took her little ones directly over the catch basin and they all fell in! I called the city and the police saved them! They do a lot of this.”

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