It’s heartbreaking to find abandoned animals left to fend for themselves. Unfortunately, there are many irresponsible people who throw their pets away, and some don’t even bother to take them to an animal shelter.
A good Samaritan from San Antonio, Texas, tried to intervene in just a situation. When she saw a woman throwing her 4 dogs out of the car in a vacated lot, she confronted the offender. In the recording she took, we can hear her clearly stating the consequences that may follow if the woman did indeed decide to ditch her pets.
The kind Samaritan tried desperately to reason with the dog-abandoner, but even after being given directions to animal care services the heartless woman proceeded to dump her dogs and drive away in the most infuriating manner. One of her passengers even had the gall to flip the bird to the camera.
After authorities were informed, three of the dogs were found and delivered to an animal shelter. But the 4th dog was missing. Luckily however, the callous ex-owner of these pets had a change of heart and helped to locate the last dog. She turned herself in after delivering the last dog to Animal care services. According to Texas law, an individual convicted of abandoning an animal may be sentenced to up to a year in county jail, and a fine of up to $4,000.
Let’s hope that this whole sorry episode will teach her, and other people, to take responsibility for their pets.
A Texan woman recently captured a disturbing video right outside her house
A good Samaritan intervened when a pet owner tried to abandon her dogs
She warned the offender about the consequences of this and even gave directions to the Animal care services
But that didn’t stop her…
The woman did her deed and simply drove away
The poor dogs were didn’t even realize what was happening, as they were excited to get outside
But their owner didn’t come back
And as the car drove off, someone in the back of the car even flipped off the resident
After the authorities were informed, the three dogs were found and delivered to an animal shelter. But the 4th dog was missing
Luckily, the callous ex-owner of these pets had a change of heart and helped to locate the last dog
According to Texas law, an individual convicted of abandoning an animal may be sentenced to up to a year in county jail, and a fine of up to $4,000
The images were issued together with a statement giving readers 3 important reasons
Image credits: City of San Antonio Animal Care Services
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