Arizona HumaneSociety's Cruelty investigators rescue a dog abandoned in an apartment, a kitten trapped in a storm drain, and a dog trapped under a car in 150 degree heat. Also: Field associate Keith Olsen teaches a dog to trust humans again.
A new law is passed making it illegal to keep a dog on a chain in temperatures above 100 degrees, which creates confrontations between investigators and angry pet owners. Meanwhile, animals with car accident injuries are put on the path to recovery.
A German shepherd puppy undergoes surgery to remove rocks from its stomach; attempts are made to rescue two hostile cats living in a hoarder's house with more than 60 others; a kitten with injuries that made it too scared to move is rescued.
Twelve cats are rescued from a hoarder's house; six dogs are seized from a house after their owner is evicted; and a feral cat with an injured paw is saved and finds a home in the Gilbert Police Department.
An injured dog is chased through a dry canal; trapped ducklings are returned to their mom; a tip is received about a cockfighting operation; a kitten gets a lucky break; a dog's future changes with an operation.