Keep pets, youngsters out of locked cars during summer
July 18, 2019
The National Weather Services advises to never leave a child or pet in a locked car during the summer because temperatures inside a car can increase to 140 degrees in a matter of minutes.
According to the Animal Legal & Historical Center, a law enforcement officer who believes an animal is suffering can remove the animal if the owner is not present.
Calling law enforcement or animal control is a first option, Colfax Officer Perry Tate wrote in an email. He also wrote if the owner is nearby try talking to them because “the fastest option is the best option.”
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