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Auschwitz. Dogs locked without water in a hot car that was parked in full sun. The owners are punished

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Two dogs locked in a cage without water and access to fresh air were sitting in the trunk of a car, their barking was heard by passers-by. The vehicle in which the animals were trapped was parked in full sun, and the animals were panting heavily and exhausted. They were saved by the Oświęcim policemen who broke the window of the car. Dog owners now face prison.

On Sunday evening, police officers from Oświęcim received a report of two dogs locked in a car parked in full sun. They were alerted by passers-by who noticed the barking coming from the Renault Espace.

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– When they approached the vehicle, it turned out that the dogs were in the trunk in a cage, and the car was tightly closed and very hot. Fearing for the fate of the animals, they called the emergency number 112, said on Monday a staff officer, Małgorzata Jurecka, spokeswoman for the Auschwitz command.

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The dogs were trapped in a hot carLesser Poland Police

Dogs in a hot car. The police broke the window

The police officers who arrived on the spot stated that there is a real threat to the life and health of the animals. There were no owners around.

– Officers decided to break one of the windows in the vehicle. Then, after opening the car, they unfastened the backrest of the back seat and pulled out the cage with the dogs. The animals were panting heavily and exhausted. A veterinarian was called to the scene. After a dozen or so minutes, the dogs regained their fitness – said Jurecka.

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The dogs were trapped in a hot carLesser Poland Police

During the intervention, the owners of the car and dogs returned: a 47-year-old resident of the Warsaw district and his friend, a 30-year-old woman from Warsaw. – They were informed about the initiation of proceedings against them on suspicion of animal abuse. This is punishable by up to five years in prison, a spokeswoman for the Oświęcim police said.

Jurecka pointed out that thanks for the correct reaction deserve the inhabitants of Brzeszcze, who did not pass by indifferently hearing the barking of dogs coming from the trunk. Perhaps they saved the lives of animals.

Main photo source: Lesser Poland Police



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