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Never leave your pet in a parked car. Temperatures inside parked cars can rise rapidly and cause heatstroke, organ and brain damage, and even death. Just imagine how terrible being trapped in a hot car would be — and then imagine wearing a fur coat at the same time!
Our pets would never leave us in the parking lot. Let’s not do it to them.
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