Someone just posted an instructional series of photos of what happens to an egg in a frying pan left in a parked car on a hot day for 15 minutes – all in the hope of raising awareness about NOT leaving dogs in a car.
According to PETA, parked cars are deathtraps for dogs: On a 78-degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can soar to between 100 and 120 degrees in just minutes, and on a 90-degree day, the interior temperature can reach as high as 160 degrees in less than 10 minutes.
This can lead to brain damage or sudden heatstroke death in just 15 minutes. Remember that for dogs beating heat is extra tough, because the only way of cooling themselves they have is by panting and by sweating through their paw pads.
Someone showed what happens to an egg left in a parked car for some time on a hot day
“The interior temperature can reach as high as 160 degrees in less than 10 minutes”
It can lead to brain damage or sudden heatstroke death in just 15 minutes
Every year dogs die when their owners leave them in a parked car
“If you wouldn’t put your dog in a frying pan, please don’t make him… walk on hot pavement”
Beating heat is extra tough for canines and parked cars can become a ‘deathtrap for dogs’
The only way they cool themselves is by panting and by sweating through their paw pads
If it’s too hot for you to touch pavement with your hand, it will be too hot for your four-legged friend.