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Passenger takes Pig on flight as emotional support animal, and now we’re so confused

June 5, 2017 - 05:57 -- Editor

For those of you who missed it, The Today Show did a piece earlier this year about Emotional Support Animals on a plane. More specifically, they show how two of their correspondents registered both a dog and a pig as Emotional Support Animals. Based on our investigation, it appears they registered their animals at a site like CertaPet. We’ll dig in more on this story.

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Passenger takes Pig on flight as emotional support animal, and now we’re so confused

June 5, 2017 - 05:57 -- Editor

For those of you who missed it, The Today Show did a piece earlier this year about Emotional Support Animals on a plane. More specifically, they show how two of their correspondents registered both a dog and a pig as Emotional Support Animals. Based on our investigation, it appears they registered their animals at a site like CertaPet. We’ll dig in more on this story.

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An experience out of this world

August 10, 2015 - 02:09 -- Editor

Visiting the lake that became the planet PandoraWe were like blind folded donkeys when we circled around the train station of Graz, these cond largest city of Austria. Abuss hould leave here for Zagreb, capital of Croatia.Wespent two hours running about and asking people,but noone knew where the buss top was.

Finally, a young woman pointed to a spot, where there were no signs, and said: “Come atnoon tomorrow and there will be people. You can get on the bus with them.”

An experience out of this world

August 10, 2015 - 02:09 -- Editor

Visiting the lake that became the planet PandoraWe were like blind folded donkeys when we circled around the train station of Graz, these cond largest city of Austria. Abuss hould leave here for Zagreb, capital of Croatia.Wespent two hours running about and asking people,but noone knew where the buss top was.

Finally, a young woman pointed to a spot, where there were no signs, and said: “Come atnoon tomorrow and there will be people. You can get on the bus with them.”

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