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A Florida woman was arrested after she was caught on camera pushing her dog in her hot car trunk, after she tried and failed to get it to dump to a local shelter, according to police.

Sarah Perry, 27, was booked on felony animal cruelty charges Thursday after she attempted to drop off her “visibly emaciated dog by the name of Neptune, in a town in Brevard County, the sheriff’s office said.

THE DOG WAS FOUND ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE OHIO, AND DOWN WITH THE THROAT CUT AND THE NOSE AND MOUTH DUCT-TAPED, POLICE SAY

She would have tried to get the shelter to take the dog and euthanize it — which is not in the shelter said that she was going to be able to do so, and if the shelter is full and they do not euthanize animals to the general public.

The researchers said they Based the diagram above, it was “will be lost” and “malnourished.”
(Brevard County Sheriff’s Office)

Perry’s “very upset” and was filmed by a bystander’s pulling the dog’s leash in the hot trunk of her car,” Sheriff Wayne Ivey said. Separately, a shelter employee took the photos from Perry’s plate, and give it to the county animal services.

Research on Perry, and the dog, and that Ivey was described as “visibly lost so much weight and it turned out the entire time.” He said he was a vet, who found Neptune to be “in very poor health and it was very, very malnourished.”

THE HOMELESS MAN KICKS THE DOG 15 FEET INTO THE AIR, FALLING DOG’S LUNGS, MOVING FROM THE HEART, AND THE POLICE HAVE TO SAY

Sarah Perry, pictured here, was charged with felony animal cruelty after trying to attack her dog at a local animal shelter in Florida last week.
(Brevard County Sheriff’s Office)

Perry was taken into custody on suspicion of the crime of cruelty to animals, “for the despicable way they treated those poor, helpless pet,” the sheriff said.

“It is an abuse of this innocent pet, it makes absolutely no sense, and it can only be attributed to a person who has zero compassion for animals, and, to be honest, it shouldn’t be allowed to even be in the possession of a plant, much less a pet,” said Ivey in a Facebook video.

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The sheriff added that, “anyone who is able to do something like this to an innocent family pet can be just as good for a human being, so I have zero remorse about the lock of hair, or be sympathetic to any excuse they might have for its actions.”

Online records indicate Perry of Cocoa, which was released on a $ 2,000 bond and made her first appearance in court on Friday.

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