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“This puppy ate more than I would have if I had put him in a crate.”
That’s how Cesar, a three-year-old Lab mix, and his owner, Kari, described the day they decided to let their two dogs go.
They decided to take their two daughters to see their parents in Arizona after their trip, and decided to leave Cesar at home.
Kari’s husband, Mark, was a firefighter and Cesar’s dad, Brian, was the city fire chief, so it made sense for them to let Cesar go.
Kari had been diagnosed with colitis, a disease that can lead to severe diarrhea, so Cesar had to be fed through a tube.
The next morning, the two of them ate a bowl of cereal.
The cereal was a little bit sweet, but it had plenty of protein.
They ate more cereal, and they continued to eat more cereal until Cesar was eating more than Kari.
Eventually, the bowl was so full that it overflowed, spilling out the cereal into the backyard.
Karis mom called 911 and reported the situation to Cesar and Brian, who had been out of town.
The couple went back into the house to clean it up, but they were unable to get the cereal out of the mess, so they called the police.
The officers arrived, and found the couple inside the home, with the dogs inside the crate.
The officers then took both dogs to a veterinarian and tested them for colitis.
Kri told investigators that Cesar also had diarrhea and could not walk.
She also said she had trouble holding onto things and that Cespas eyes were red and swollen, and that his nose was swollen.
Kori, who was pregnant at the time, was able to help her husband hold onto Cesar while he was hospitalized.
When the police officers were done with their investigation, Kri called Cesar for a second opinion.
The vet diagnosed him with coli, but said he was not ill.
He also said that Cesca was not suffering from colitis or any other serious disease.
Karrin, the mother of the dogs, had already taken care of her son.
Karrin said she was glad that they took Cesar to a vet, but that she wished she had called 911 earlier to report what she thought was an accident.
“I wish I could have gotten him out of there earlier,” she said.
“But I don’t think I would be doing this.”
Cesar had colitis and was not able to walk, Karrins mom said.
Brian, the city firefighter, had also been diagnosed.
Brian told Kari that he was worried that his dog would suffer from the colitis he had, and Brian said he should take Cesar back to his fire station, where he was scheduled to work.
Karri was relieved to see Brian again.
“I don’t know how to feel,” she told Karrini.
“It was nice to see him again.
I was hoping that I would get to see his dogs again, but I don.
I didn’t know it would be so short.”