She was very happy to be out of there!
A puppy was found locked in a car over the weekend and was saved. According to the officials, the dog seemed to have been locked in the car for a week or so.
The puppy is 3-month-old Lucky, who was underweight and fairly healthy. She was spotted by a stranger Sunday afternoon, who then called 911.
“I’m at … Southern Boulevard visiting a friend, and there is a Cadillac here in her parking lot with a dog in it, its ribs are showing. The windows are all the way rolled up. I thought it was a stuffed animal”, reported the stranger.
Warren Police officers contacted Jason Cooke, the founder of Healthy Hearts and Paws Project, for some help. “When I got there I couldn’t believe it this beautiful puppy was just in this car and the vehicle was locked”, said Cooke.
The police later reported, that the owner of the car didn’t know there was a dog inside the car and his brother had the keys. Firefighters helped get the dog out of the car. Jason Cooke said that the dog was really lucky that someone noticed her. Otherwise, she wouldn’t have survived inside. “She was very happy to be out of there!”.
Lucky is now in safe hands and is undergoing treatment through the Healthy Hearts and Paws Project. “No animal deserves to be put in that type of situation and hopefully whoever’s responsible will be held accountable and get the message out that animal cruelty is not tolerated anywhere, especially in Trumbull County”