2 dogs found locked in hot car in Louisville die

WITHIN A MAJOR HEAT WAVE ACROSS A REGION WITH THOSE EXCESSIVE TEMPERATURES COMES REPEATED WARNINGS TO NOT LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN. AND IN THIS CASE YOUR PETS INSIDE OF A HOT CAR THEY GET PATENT HEAVILY IF IT GETS REAL BAD, THEY’LL DROOL. TERRIBLE THEY JUST THEY KIND OF PASS OUT BECAUSE THEY CAN’T SWEAT LIKE HUMANS DO THAT’S WHAT HAPPENED TO TWO DOGS AT PRP WEDNESDAY MORNING. SOMEONE CALLED POLICE WHEN THEY SPOTTED THE TWO DOGS LOCKED IN A CAR JUST OUTSIDE A HOME ON HUNTER CREEKS BOULEVARD AT THE TIME THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE REPORS. THE TEMPERATURE OUTSIDE WAS OVER 90 DEGREES OFFICER MATTHEW THOMPSON WITH LOUISVILLE METRO. ANIMAL SERVICES SAYS CAUTION IS THE BEST PRACTICE EVERYBODY THINKS THEY’RE GONNA GO IN AND GET SOME CIGARETTES OR SOMETHING BE GONE FIVE MINUTES AND ENDS UP BOING 30 MONWE. KYLE COBB IS CRUELTY TO ANIMALS AND AS EASY AS TO JUDGE HIS ACTIONS OFFICER THOMPSON SAYS, WE ALL JUST NEED TO BE AWARE AND KEEP PEOPLE AND PETS SAFE. MAKE SURE THEY GOT SHADE. THEY’VE GOT CLEAN COOL WATER. AND THEN IT’S A BREED THAT’S NOT GOING TO REACT BADGER LIKE A SIBERIAN HUSKY. YOU’LL BE REAL CAREFUL I.

2 dogs die after being found locked in hot car in Louisville; owner of car arrested

A 21-year-old man has been arrested after two dogs were found locked in his hot car, and then both of them died. Louisville Metro police said they were called around 11 am Wednesday to the 6600 block of Hunters Creek Boulevard, in southwest. Louisville, after someone called concerned about two dogs left alone, locked in a hot vehicle. When officers arrived, they broke out a back window to get to the animals. They said one of them was dead, and another appeared to be in distress. At the time, it was 93 degrees outside. There was also a heat advisory in effect. The owner of the vehicle, Kyle Cobb, came out while they were on the scene, police said. After some questioning, Cobb was arrested and charged with at least one count of animal cruelty second-degree. Louisville Metro Animal Services later confirmed the second dog also died, so Cobb may face an additional charge. He’ll be arranged at 9 am Thursday.

A 21-year-old man has been arrested after two dogs were found locked in his hot car, and then both of them died.

Louisville Metro police said they were called around 11 am Wednesday to the 6600 block of Hunters Creek Boulevard, in southwest Louisville, after someone called concerned about two dogs left alone, locked in a hot vehicle.

When officers arrived, they broke out a back window to get to the animals. They said one of them was dead, and another appeared to be in distress.

At the time, it was 93 degrees outside. There was also a heat advisory in effect.

The owner of the vehicle, Kyle Cobb, came out while they were on the scene, police said. After some questioning, Cobb was arrested and charged with at least one count of animal cruelty second-degree.

Louisville Metro Animal Services later confirmed the second dog also died, so Cobb may face an additional charge.

He’ll be arraigned at 9 am Thursday.

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