Puppy rescued from hot car at baseball game

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Kansas City Royals staff rescues puppy left during sweltering car during Sunday baseball game.

(KSHB) It was a 1-1 game in the eighth inning Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, Missouri, with the Detroit Tigers in a heated battle to split the series with the Royals in the 90-degree heat.

More than two hours into the fight, some fans headed for the exits. As one fan walked to Lot D outside Kauffman Stadium, they saw a black and white puppy in a car with the windows cracked.

“With this being extra innings, easily could have been five hours,” said Royals Director of Guest Experience Anthony Mozzicato, describing how long the dog’s owner could have been in the car if it wasn’t noticed before the end of the 13-inning game. “So the guest that spotted this dog out should be really proud for letting us know.”

Royals employees were able to rescue the puppy, and attempted to find the owner, waiting by the car for several innings and eventually leaving a note.

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