Staff members at the Denver International Airport are caring for a college student’s pet after Southwest Airlines would not let her fly together with the creature before boarding a flight a week, USA Today has reported.
“The fish was found at the airport last week by an airport employee and turned in to an information booth (as is common with lost and found items),” The Denver International Airport advised USA Today at a statement.
“We’ve been in touch with Lanice and she is making arrangements to get him back,” the statement adds.
Southwest’s pet policy website states that merely”small vaccinated domestic cats and dogs” are all allowed to be taken on board flights, and they need to be put under the seat facing their owner.
Staff members at the Denver International Airport are caring for a college student’s pet after Southwest Airlines might not let the creature board one of its flights a week, USA Today said.
Since Business Insider reported a week, according to ABC 10 News San Diego, University of Colorado pupil Lanice Powless was traveling from Denver to San Diego on December 12 when she stated that a Southwest staff member failed to permit her to board the flight along with her pink man beta fish, Cassie. See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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