2 puppies abandoned in a car in the sun are now looking for an adoptive family

Animal protection associations are constantly making owners aware of the dangers of leaving their 4-legged companion in a vehicle. As a reminder, when it is 22 degrees outside, the air in the cabin can very quickly rise to 40. Fortunately, these 2 puppies were rescued in time.

Customers in a supermarket Surreya city located south of London in England, spotted 2 young chocolate-colored Labrador Retriever mixes locked in a car in the parking lot. Even if a window was ajar, their chances of survival were slim.

So they contacted the RSPCA local who dispatched Chloe Wilson, a knowledgeable inspector. The woman moved as quickly as possible to ascertain the facts and rescue the canines. “People were concerned for the puppies that had been trapped inside the automobile that had been left unattended for some time”she told Subway.

Indeed, witnesses said that the vehicle had been present at the scene since the day before. Therefore, the doggies may have been trapped in this burning hell for at least 24 hours.

Illustration of the article: 2 puppies abandoned in a car in the sun are now looking for an adoptive family
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Rescue

City veterinarians came to lend a hand. The assembly was able to evacuate the babies, named Bow and Bandit, by forcing the window half closed. Fortunately, they were in good shape and a clinical examination confirmed that they were only 10 weeks old.

“Fortunately, these puppies were fine, but the end could have been much more tragic”told Chloe. They are currently pampered at Millbrook Animal Center of the RSPCA and are already up for adoption.

Illustration of the article: 2 puppies abandoned in a car in the sun are now looking for an adoptive family
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“An owner called the rescuers and said they were his dogs, but he never came to pick them up. We have been trying to establish contact since and have had no luck. The car is still in the parking lot”explained the inspector.

In parallel with the survey, the association organizes its annual campaign Dogs Die in Hot Cars to raise public awareness.

“I am very grateful to everyone who has helped Bow and Bandit. I am happy that they are now safe in our care and are finally looking for new homes”concluded Chloe.

To read also: 10 years after the theft of her dog in a park, this 22-year-old woman finds him!

Illustration of the article: 2 puppies abandoned in a car in the sun are now looking for an adoptive family
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