A disabled dog, resting in a car stolen last week in Florida and requesting the desperate owner of the dog to ask for her return, was found dead, a rescue team said.
Zorra, a 13-year-old Husky Shepherd mix with paralyzed hind legs, was found dead Monday. Over 100 abandoned Everglades Florida dogs have been posted online. The car in which the dog was stolen was allegedly found on Monday in a pond in Lauderdale Lakes.
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The Sheriff Bureau of Broward County announced in a statement that "the investigation of car theft and death of the dog is continuing."
Monday evening, BSO Regional Communications received a call from a towing company regarding a 2005 Volvo bluejack that had previously been reported as stolen, "the statement said." BSO MPs responded to the towing company and confirmed that the car was stolen and a dog had died in the car. The investigators are waiting for the results of an autopsy. There have been no arrests at the moment. "
Owner Wanda Ferrari left Zorra on Thursday in an air-conditioned, blue Volvo station wagon from 2005, when she came across a dollar tree in Oakland Park pink wheelchair used to move was lying on a cushion in the back seat and not in her wheelchair.
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When Ferrari returned to her car, it was gone – and Zorra too
"I was in shock. And you know, the shock subsided, "Ferrari said to WFMY-TV." And then I was traumatized and in tears because my girl was in the back, you know. I ask: 'Who would do that? Who would take a car with a dog? & # 39; They probably did not know it.
Immediately, rescue teams pleaded for the return of the dog, and a pet detective was hired and offered a $ 3,000 reward.
FLORIDA WOMAN, 26, FILMED, KICKED, BLACKED DOG WITH LINEN IS FIXED.  has a family, even the person who took the car – tell us, give us something, "said Ferrari on Monday to WTVJ, before Zorras remains were found. "I do not care how you give us a hint, I do not care. Tell us where to find this dog."
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Ferrari said the dog is your constant companion as she deals with a recurrence of breast cancer.
Morgan Phillips and the Fox News Associated Press have contributed to this report.