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Pets die in hot cars

Download this Mouthpiece to warn people about the dangers of leaving pets in cars in warm weather

From Animal Sheltering magazine Summer 2017

<em>Animal Sheltering</em> magazine Summer 2017

When it's just 72 degrees outside, the temperature inside a car can quickly soar to 116 degrees, even with the windows open and even in the shade. Download this Mouthpiece to let your community know how dangerous leaving a pet in a car during warm weather can be.

Browse additional Mouthpieces designed to aid your community outreach. To submit a PSA your organization designed, contact us at asm@humanesociety.org.

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Animal Sheltering is for everyone who cares about the animals in their community—from shelter directors and animal care and control officers to kennel staff, volunteers, and private individuals working as activists, breed rescuers, wildlife rehabbers, veterinarians and more.