A little boy from Walton County, Fla. named Billy didn’t know 911 isn’t for asking cops over for Thanksgiving dinner and put a smile on everyone’s faces because of it.

The Walton County Sheriff’s Office, while it didn’t encourage this use of 911 in the future, was pleased to take this call from Billy considering the calls they get on a daily basis.

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“With all the bad calls we take on a daily basis this one was a welcomed happy call that made all of us smile,” Lead Communications Officer Monica Webster said.

Billy got a visit from Deputies Damon Byrd and Aaron Etheridge. a cool picture behind the wheel of police car and a sheriff’s badge.

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“While we do not encourage this use of 911… we are so honored at the invitation,” the department said.

This is what Thanksgiving is all about.

(H/t NYDN)

A little boy who didn’t know 911 isn’t for Thanksgiving invitations got a meeting he’ll never forget Facebook/Walton County Sheriff's Office
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