Port Authority Police officers Jason Nielsen and Ray Lainez were patrolling the parking lot of a terminal at Newark Liberty International Airport. That’s when they heard the distressed cries of a puppy locked inside a hot car. The puppy was unattended and suffocating to death.

 

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The officers immediately sprung into action to get the puppy out of the enclosed vehicle. After 15 minutes of struggle, the officers managed to open one of the doors through a slightly open sunroof. The puppy, named Baxter, was rescued and taken for medical attention.

Meanwhile the officers paged Baxter’s owner several times in the terminal, but there was no response. Baxter is doing fine now, but his owner is still untraceable. Spread the word and help the cops locate Baxter’s irresponsible owner. Click To Continue Reading. . .

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