Leaving a dog in a vehicle in conditions that endanger his/her life could soon qualify as a felony in Michigan. Two newly-introduced Senate bills propose introducing stricter fines and longer prison sentences for people who neglect animals in cars. The bills state that a person cannot leave an animal unattended under conditions “that endanger the health or well-being of the animal”. This would apply (but is not limited to), heat, cold, lack of ventilation or lack of food or water. Click here for the rest of the story.