Lynda Feierabend presents a painting of Cir to his handler, Lt. James Glaze of Harris County Constable Precinct 4.

Watercolor artist and Kingwood resident Lynda Feierabend recently had been searching for a way to give back to local law enforcement for all that they do to keep our communities safe and protected. Lt. James Glaze, a supervisor with Harris County Constable Precinct 4 gave her that opportunity recently in a most meaningful way, allowing her the honor of painting Cir, a K-9 hero from the precinct.

Cir, a full-blooded Belgian Malinois from the Czech Republic, served his department honorably and is credited with capturing over 200 dangerous criminals and taking thousands of pounds of illegal drugs off the streets. The K-9 hero retired in 2015 and passed away recently of natural causes. Glaze was not only the handler of Cir but also the K-9 trainer for all of the dogs that serve Precinct 4.

Feierabend was invited to Precinct 4 May 24 to present the painting of Cir. Upon presentation, Glaze was moved to tears and beyond grateful, having loved the dog with all of his heart. Glaze now has a new K-9, Cactus Jack, and Feierabend is going to paint him as well so that both paintings can hang side by side in his office. Feierabend was deeply touched by Glaze’s emotional response to her painting and said that being able “ … to give back to the men and women who not only give their best but give their all for all of us” was beyond anything she had ever had the opportunity to do and will be something she’ll always remember.

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