Did you spend your 4/20 eating donuts? If you go to Iowa State, you probably did.

That’s because today, the Ames Police Department and Iowa State University Police Departments joined together to speak out against marijuana use on social media — by giving out free doughnuts, part of their #DonutDisrespect community outreach campaign.

Ames PD even outfitted a cop car as a “donutmobile,” decorated with blue donuts and their “Donut Disrespect” slogan.

Iowa State PD went viral on Twitter with their “weed traps.”

Looks like students and community members got in the spirit.

Even local animals joined in.

Ames PD caught a squirrel enjoying his own #DonutDisrespect treat.

And, the donut squirrel wasn’t the only furry participant. Ames Police also posted a photo of Carlos, a “drug sniffing” feline, with the message “donut come baked (or fried).”

This isn’t the first time the Ames and ISU Police Departments have used donuts to reach out to their local communities. On April 17, the Ames Police uploaded a video to their Facebook page to urge community members to respect each other. The viral clip, which has since gained over 540,000 views and 5,600 shares, features two police officers munching stacks of (you guessed it) donuts.

#DonutDisrespect seems to have been a massive hit. Iowa State PD tweeted that they started out the day with over 2,000 donuts, and hours later, the boxes were all empty. Still, by the sound of the post it looks like they’ll be plenty more creative events to come.

Lauren Padilla is a student at Johns Hopkins University and a USA TODAY College digital producer.