Saturday, December 06, 2008

Funny Work Stuff


I was researching airline pet policies for a client yesterday and came across some funny stuff. You gotta laugh because it wouldn't be in the regulations if they hadn't had an issue with it in the past...

The following is from Delta's pet policy:

Only warm-blooded mammals and birds considered to be personal pets or show/exhibition animals will be accepted.
Primates, including lemurs, monkeys, orangutans, gorillas, and chimpanzees will not be permitted (unless a service animal).
Animals must be considered non-offensive and not dangerous to passengers or baggage handlers.
Cats, dogs, household birds, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamsters, and marmots are accepted as checked baggage, not cargo.


When was the last time you travelled with your marmot? Have you tried to get your non-service orangutan on board on the lowdown? How do you go about getting your gorilla to act non-offensive?

Have a great day!

1 comment:

Vix said...

Ok....so now, what if my service gorilla has a pet marmot? Can he still bring the marmot on board?

~Vix