A family arrived at the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish, BC, with the intents of being out for several hours while sightseeing as made apparent by leaving their canine behind in the vehicle on a very hot day while wearing a baby diaper.
Bystanders could not think what they were seeing and also notified the authorities. The cops and BC SPCA showed up and also released the poor puppy from the car.
Temps in the car had gotten to 100-degrees Fahrenheit, and the canine was visibly shaken.
The family members came back and also declared their canine however would not be fined more than $300 as the Prevention of Ruthlessness to Animals Act states such charges are only put in situations where the pet passes away or reveals more evidence of suffering.