Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-06-23 02:15:23 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) – Animal Control found two pitbulls dead in the southwestern valley garage on Monday.
Gina Greisen, president of Nevada’s animal voter, said:
30-year-old Iesha Hill had a dog. She faces two counts of animal cruelty.
Police reported that one of the dogs had a nose cut. Authorities believe it was trying to dig into the concrete floor to find the cooler air.
“The dog died horribly,” lamented his neighbor Linda Smith. “I’m trapped in a hot, probably airless garage, no food or water. That’s even worse. I don’t know how long they were there.”
Another neighbor, Carson Mitoma, owns a 6-year-old pitbull named Brett. He says the hit is near the house, as the varieties have already passed a lot.
“The Pitbull itself needs to come out of this whole to be seen as these fighting dogs, but in fact it’s probably some of the sweetest dogs I know of,” he said. ..
Animal activists want the case to be charged with a felony.
“I was happy to see someone being held accountable with the woman,” Greisen told 8 News Now.
Here in Las Vegas, new ordinances are mandated above 105 degrees Celsius, and pet owners need to provide some cooling, such as fans and Mrs.
If the National Weather Service issues a heat alert, animals cannot be taken out.