This woman faces charges of animal cruelty for letting die a … – Univision

LOS ANGELES, California.- A woman faces charges of animal cruelty for allegedly causing the death of his dog by leaving it locked in the car in the middle of a heat wave that has raised the temperature above the three-digit number.

Jennifer Arriaga, a resident of Ontario, was arrested Sunday after a police break the window of the car to try to rescue two dogs and a cat that were in the interior.

The vehicle was parked in the block 3400 of the street Shelby, in Ontario, according to the report of the humane Society of the Inland Valley, where on that day the thermometer registered up to 102 degrees Fahrenheit.


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It is not clear how much time had locked in, but when the police took the animals, one of the dogs was already dead, apparently of suffocation, because the inside temperature exceed 113 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the official report.

The humane Society of the Inland Valley indicated that they perform a necropsy to determine the cause of death.

The dog and the cat that survived were treated in emergency and is recovering at the animal shelter.

The authorities reminded the pet owners that an animal can die or suffer severe injury and irreversible, such as damage to the brain, with only 15 minutes that you spend locked in a car when the heat is intense.

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