Family saves a poor dog left locked in a car during a game: no one has claimed his possession
The story that we tell you today has recently spread on the web and features a dog left in a car, on a day when temperatures reached some very high peaks.
The animal is now safe and escaped death thanks to theintervention of a family. Josh Lee, his wife Erin, son Hudson and brother Michael Warner were watching a game of Royals, when in the eighth inning they decided to go back to the car. As they walked into the parking lot, they heard a suffering lament. After investigating, they realized that a puppy of about 16 weeks had been left locked in a car, without water.
It was clear that he was suffering and that shortly thereafter he would lose his life. So Josh decided to break the window and reach out to force the safety lock and finally open the door.
We were walking around the parking lot as we heard a puppy moan. He was locked up in a car. We saved him and handed him over to the Royals staff.
The alarm was also raised by the police officers, who immediately went to the scene to collaborate with the staff and try to track down the owner of the puppy.
Nobody claimed the dog
Until the end of the game, the rescuers are there took care of the little dog. They rehydrated and calmed him.
If it weren’t for the Lee family, the poor animal would have stayed in that car for 13 innings and for sure he would not have survived.
At the end of the game, despite the numerous announcements, no one came forward to claim possession of the pelosetto. Probably for fear of the consequences.
After several hours, he was entrusted to the local shelter. The volunteers gave her family more days to come forward and eventually decided to give it up for adoption. Just as every beautiful fairy tale ends, the happy ending has arrived for the puppy too. The Josh’s brother he decided to adopt him and open the doors of his heart to him. Besides, he was one of those people who had saved his life!