What would you do if you came across a whimpering dog locked in a hot car in a parking lot?
If you're NBC news anchor Kyle Clark you think about bashing the window open with a rock then decide to shame the owner on the nightly news instead.
Kyle came across a poor little dog locked in a Honda CRV on a 90 degree day while he was out running errands, and he couldn't just sit by and let the owner get away with this cruel act.
He tried to call 311 to report the cruelty but was left on hold, and when he confronted the dog's owner about the situation the owner just laughed it all off.
So Kyle did the only thing that felt right- he used the incident as a teachable moment, and apologized to the poor dog for not breaking him out of the CRV when he had the chance.
Treat your pets like any other member of your family- don't leave them to die in a hot car!
-Via Boing Boing