WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – It’s a narrative you may need seen in your social media feed over the previous week. Beauties and Beasts, Inc. posted a photograph of a canine that froze to demise exterior a Wichita house. The rescue mentioned it occurred when the canine was left exterior and tethered in sub-zero temperatures.
“She froze to demise in a canine home on the finish of a series and was thrown away within the rubbish can buried beneath trash final week. The picture of her because the bag was opened will hang-out us, perpetually,” reads the put up.
The Wichita Police Division’s Animal Management mentioned it obtained a name from an animal rescue on Feb. 16 concerning the canine. The division mentioned no costs can be filed within the case.
“, sadly, the best way our legal guidelines are written, canine like her are left there struggling. Our legislation state that they’re solely speculated to be tethered one hour on and three hours off; three whole hours a day. That isn’t the case,” mentioned Randi Carter with Beauties and Beasts.
Animal Management mentioned this was the one incident that had been reported.
When temperatures drop, pet homeowners are inspired to ensure their canine are often fed and watered, present ample shelter with straw or hay to assist preserve the animals heat and put a flap over the door or kennel to forestall snow and ice from getting in.
Copyright 2021 KWCH. All rights reserved.
Let’s block adverts! (Why?)