Lonnie Walker's dog Zola just ran into the store for a few minutes, but that's all it took for the car to hit over 100 degrees. If an NBA player can't survive that heat, how can your dog? https://www.peta.org/features/nba-player-lonnie-walker-dogs-hot-cars/ .

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(2) comments

AllisonCares

Thank you, Lonnie, for your compassion towards animals. This is an extremely important message.

KimMarie

Right no, Lonnie! People need to understand that leaving dogs in hot cars is a death sentence.

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