Freon was left alone on the stairs for almost two weeks, yet he managed to stay alive thanks to the food bowls placed there. He also had a water supply, which allowed him to stay cool throughout the hot summer days.
She descended the steps to Freon's landing, and to Lochmann's amazement, the shy dog allowed her to place a leash on him without putting up any struggle.
Lochmann stated that he was hesitant to accompany me. He was eventually persuaded to leave by the front door after some Vienna sausages, though.
They then walked away. As soon as they entered the vehicle, the unidentified Freon did something that drew Lochmann's eye.
He joined us up front and, according to Lochmann, stuck his face on the air conditioner vents. He was given the name Freon because he "liked the cool air on his face."