We love Lonnie! He teamed up with PETA to show the dangers of dogs trapped in hot cars.
Lonnie Walker’s dog Zola just ran into the store for a few minutes, but that’s all it took for the car to hit over 100 degrees. If an NBA player can’t survive that heat, how can your dog?
“Every year, dogs suffer and die when they’re left in parked cars on warm days. Heatstrokes can occur quickly, even with the windows partially rolled down. On a 78-degree day, temperatures in a parked car can rapidly increase to 100 degrees,” Walker says in the video.