Wily Willow the dog had been on the lam for a while when she was collared by Tarpon Springs, Florida, police officers. The cunning canine had two strikes against her: She had no information tags and she “refused to tell officers where she lived.” So she was brought down to the station.
At the station, Willow was booked and photographed, according to WTSP 10 News. As it should be when dealing with the police, Willow was very cooperative. On Facebook, cops called her “one of the most friendly prisoners we’ve ever had in custody.”
In her mugshot, however, Willow didn’t seem too happy. She still had her paws up! But that was just because she didn’t quite have the height to be accurately measured, so she was assisted by the authorities.
Fortunately, Willow didn’t have to spend hard time in the dog house, as she was released on bail later in the day and, according to the Tarpon Springs Police Department Facebook page, is “home safe and sound now.”