The driver returns to the car to find the broken window of the dog lover to save the daughter's TOYS during the heat wave

Furious driver returns to her car to find that a well-meaning dog lover had smashed the window to save the daughter's TOYS during heatwave

  • Driver wrote an anonymous Facebook message about his anger about the violation
  • The toy, a Perfect Petzzz dog, is designed to be very lifelike and even breathes & # 39;
  • Post led to a backlash of social media users who defended the window smasher
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A driver was left smoking when he returned to his car to discover that a well-meaning dog lover smashed his window to save his daughter's toy dog.

An anonymous Facebook post detailed the rage of the driver when they returned and discovered that the window of their car had been broken in the recent heat wave that peaked at 101.7F (38.7C).

On the Spotted Weston-super-Mare page, the driver wrote: & I went back to my car after leaving him for 20 minutes to shop to find someone who broke the window because they thought my cuddle dog Daughter a real dog was caught in the heat.

An anonymous Facebook post detailed the rage of the driver when they returned and discovered that the window of their car had been broken in the recent heat wave that peaked at 101.7F (38.7C). Pictured is the Perfect Petzzz toy dog

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An anonymous Facebook post detailed the rage of the driver when they returned and discovered that the window of their car had been broken in the recent heat wave that peaked at 101.7F (38.7C). Pictured is the Perfect Petzzz toy dog

& # 39; How can you be so stupid?

& # 39; You should be ashamed of yourself. & # 39;

The toy, a Perfect Petzzz dog, is designed to look incredibly realistic and even mechanical & # 39; breathe & # 39; when it is turned on.

The majority of those who responded to the driver's post chose the side of the equestrian mitter and said: & # 39; it's better than cure & # 39;

Gemma Greenwood wrote: "Honestly I had done the same thing, that toy dog ​​looks very realistic and would have been an easy mistake, and as many other people have said, it is better to be safe than sorry you broke window on my conscience than your dead dog. & # 39;

The majority of those who responded to the driver's post chose the side of the equestrian mitter and said: & # 39; it's better than cure & # 39;

The majority of those who responded to the driver's post chose the side of the equestrian mitter and said: & # 39; it's better than cure & # 39;

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The majority of those who responded to the driver's post chose the side of the equestrian mitter and said: & # 39; it's better than cure & # 39;

Roxy Marshall said: & I feel for you, but that is probably the worst toy left in the car with how hot it has been. & # 39;

While Lynette Picton wrote: & # 39; It really looks real! Would have done the same.

& # 39; Do not bring realistic dolls or pets in the car in this warm weather! People see danger and just want to help.

& # 39; Don't shout at them. & # 39;

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Another user parodied the original message and wrote: & # 39; I went back to my car after I left it for 20 minutes to do some shopping to find someone who threw it in the back of a realistic looking plush toy for the dog and it is the hottest day of the year.

& # 39; How can I be so stupid?

& # 39; I am ashamed. & # 39;

The RSPCA advises well-meaning passers-by who leave dogs alone in cars to call the police for advice on what to do

The RSPCA advises well-meaning passers-by who leave dogs alone in cars to call the police for advice on what to do

The RSPCA advises well-meaning passers-by who leave dogs alone in cars to call the police for advice on what to do

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Social media users choose the window smasher because many said it would be better to & # 39; be safe than sorry & # 39; to be

Social media users choose the window smasher because many said it would be better to & # 39; be safe than sorry & # 39; to be

Social media users choose the window smasher because many said it would be better to & # 39; be safe than sorry & # 39; to be

The RSPCA website warns: & # 39; Many people still believe it is OK to leave a dog in a car on a hot day when the windows are open or parked in the shade, but the truth is that it is still a very dangerous situation for the dog.

& # 39; A car can very quickly become as hot as an oven, even if it doesn't feel that hot.

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& # 39; If it is 22 degrees, it can reach an unbearable 47 degrees in a car within an hour. & # 39;

Although it is not illegal to leave a pet unattended in a car, the driver can be accused of animal abuse if the pet becomes unwell or dies.

If a driver is convicted, they can be detained for six months and receive an unlimited fine.

The RSPCA advises well-meaning passers-by who leave dogs alone in cars to call the police to be advised on what to do in the situation.

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