A heartless Mercedes driver is caught on CCTV dragging a dog out of the boot before dumping it in a car park and speeding away.
Footage shows the black car circling the Birmingham Animal Centre, in Frankley Green, at 8.05am on August 26.
The car blocks three disabled bays while the lardy driver gets out and opens the boot where he drags the Staffordshire bull terrier-type dog out.
After dumping the terrified dog at the gates of the rescue centre, the man rushes back to the car and gets in before driving off.
The dog is then seen desperately running behind a parked car to hide before it was rescued by RSPCA staff 40 minutes later who named the pooch Roxy.
RSPCA’s chief inspector Rebecca Cooper, said: “It is so sad to think that someone thought it was okay to do this.
“Being abandoned must have been extremely stressful and poor Roxy wasn’t found straightaway.
“A vet has checked over Roxy and found that she seems to have a problem with her legs – this could be arthritis, but we are not sure yet until further tests are carried out. She is a lovely dog though and she is getting a lot of fuss.
“We are urging anyone who recognises the dog, or the person in the footage, to contact us in complete confidence on 0300 123 8018 so we can look into this further.”