Residents of the Koptevo district in northern Moscow found dogs locked in one of their parked cars. Izvestia on Friday, November 3, published footage from the scene of the incident, which was at the disposal of the editorial office.
The footage shows dogs locked in a foggy car, one of them began to bark when the filmer approached. According to eyewitnesses, dogs are also running all over the car.
Passers-by are worried about whether the animals have food and water. Janitors passing near the scene of the incident said that the owner often leaves animals in the car.
On November 1, the media reported on attempts by passers-by to save a kitten that had been sitting in a car for four days in a paid parking lot in the Okhotny Ryad area without food or water. Rescuers and police officers who arrived at the scene were initially unable to open the car without the consent of its owner. As a result, emergency workers were able to free the animal.
Later that day, the capital’s prosecutor’s office said that the kitten was in satisfactory condition, but was terribly hungry and scared. It was specified that he would be taken into the family of a law enforcement officer.
According to Internet users, the owner of the car was detained by law enforcement officers for inappropriate behavior. Later, his mother told Izvestia about the 40-year-old owner of the animal. Then she clarified that in fact the cat that was discussed in the media is a cat.