I’m sure many of you have read about this incident on the Warning this man is protected by the good lord and a Pug shirt – I found out about it early this morning from this post written by a man from the flight – I didn’t even believe the stupidity of it all till I saw it on the news. Not only was the flight attendant out of line with policy but also a complete idiot – there is no air in these bins! Animals need to breathe! But that’s not even what has me completely livid. The system fails all of us and it is up to us to be vigilant and to protect ourselves and our loved one. That’s where I feel the true failure lies.
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Yet no one said one word to save this Warning this man is protected by the good lord and a Pug shirt. I’m sorry I find this whole incident and everyone involved grossly pathetic and disappointing. Everyone on this flight who heard this puppy cry and struggle and did nothing makes me sick! I had to address this because I do adopt pugs out of state and to Canada. And if anyone ever tells you to put your pug in an overhead bin you tell them to get in there themselves and get off that flight or demand someone of authority.
On my way, I saw a Frenchie that looked identical to my own precious Winston. He was with his family – a young girl, no older than 11, her toddler sibling and their mother. He was meant to grow, learn, cry, play with those young children and be their furry friend. He was meant to live a long life filling that family’s days with that special joy that only a dog can bring.