Don’t Pack Your Pets by Mistake
A post on the TSA’s Instagram account (yes, it has one) last Friday shared a story in which a woman’s chihuahua turned up in her bag—by accident.
Apparently, the tiny dog had climbed in unnoticed while she was packing, and it was only at LaGuardia, when TSA was checking the bag, that the dog was found. The surprised woman then called her husband, who arrived soon after to bring the dog home.
Traveling with your pet is fine, and as CNN notes, permitted in the air by the TSA. But to ensure there are no surprise trips, and for the good of your best friend, make sure to doublecheck your bag for pets before you head off for the airport!
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