Key West police officer Frank Betz helps rescue four pit bull puppies found locked inside a hot car . The puppies were due for vet appointments while the local animal shelter investigates the case.
Key West police officer Frank Betz helps rescue four pit bull puppies found locked inside a hot car . The puppies were due for vet appointments while the local animal shelter investigates the case. Key West Police via KeysInfoNet
Key West police officer Frank Betz helps rescue four pit bull puppies found locked inside a hot car . The puppies were due for vet appointments while the local animal shelter investigates the case. Key West Police via KeysInfoNet

Pit bull puppies found abandoned for hours in a searing-hot car

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