Orange, California, United States
Orange Police Department - Dog Care Review from Orange, California
On Friday the 13, March 2015 I parked in back of the Wal-Mart and shopping mall in Orange, California; this was at 5:45 in the evening. It was a hot day. As I exited my car, I noticed a black Kia with tinted windows, rolled down a half inch on all of them. In the front seat there was a small chihuahua, panting and in distress. I snap a picture, and stupidly gave the owner the benefit of the doubt, and went about my shopping. When I returned, I could no longer see the pup at all. I called the police after searching for security, and not being able to locate any. The dispatcher I talked to was unhelpful and down right rude. I requested a police officer to help me with situation and adviced her how dire it was. She told me that since the dog was no longer in sight the owners may have taken the dog for a walk, and it was cooling down so after God knows how long with being locked into a hot car, the dog would be fine. She then rudely told me all the cops were busy with a collision. Yes, I am sure the two police cruisers illegally parked in front of the mall in the same parking lot. Good to know that Orange Police Department cares about animals! There is no excuse not to send a officer to help a dog from dying a horrific death of hypothermia. I wonder how the dispatcher would feel if that was the reaction if she was trapped in a hot car?
Outreach For Animals - Animal Care Review from Orange, California
There is a organization called, Outreach for Animals, that works along side Ohio state to confiscate exotic animals from owners that are not in compliance with the new impossible laws. What both these agencies fail to mention is it is near impossible to obtain one, and the laws and regulations are obscure and hard to understand. Thus, most owners are forced to voluntarily give up custody of their elderly animals. In the case of Tiger Ridge case, Outreach for Animals and the Ohio state employees abused and were negligent to these animals, and caused the death of one of the animals. Anyone that works with animals or owns one, knows if you sedate an animal, it is highly recommended that no food or water is given. This was ignored, and the animals were ovely sedated, dragged through the snow, with no thought to their comfort or well-being and literally thrown into a open horse trailer in freezings temperatures. They poked at these animals and hit a hibernating bear twice with a steel rod. Now, they will not return these animals stating they are in to weak conditions to be moved. How ironic considering these were the same vets and personal that thought nothing of sedating and abusing these animals while moving them from their home and caregivers! These idiots also destroyed their enclosures. Is this concern that the state of Ohio and Outreach of Animals shows for elderly cats and a bear? I shutter to think of the care they are recieving at that farce of a facility!
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