Police willing to break your car windows to save hot pets in cars
PENSACOLA, Fla. - Authorities are willing to break car windows if they see a pet is locked inside a hot vehicle.
The Pensacola Police Department posted a stern warning on their Facebook page about leaving pets inside your car during the hot summer months.
"If you leave your dog in a hot car and that dog is suffering, we will do whatever we have to do to free him. Or her," police said in a Facebook post.
Police posted photos of a broken car window and a puppy sitting in the car.
"We will drive your pooch to the caring folks at the Escambia County Animal Shelter and we will drop you off with the caring folks at the Escambia County Detention Facility," police said on Facebook. "You will both receive attention, food, and shelter, albeit different kinds. So, don't."