Tuesday, January 23, 2018

It's My Emotional Support Javelina!

1/22/18 Washington Post article about how abuses of ADA leads to various animals in the passenger compartment:
Delta’s new requirements, which take effect March 1, retain those distinctions. Passengers with trained service animals will need to submit a veterinary health form at least 48 hours before travel to the airline’s new “Service Animal Support Desk.” Customers with emotional-support animals or psychiatric service animals must do the same but also must provide a letter from a doctor or mental-health professional and a signed document saying the animal is trained to behave in public. (Delta also recently expanded its list of prohibited critters, including “farm poultry,” hedgehogs and anything with tusks.)
The emotional support duck with what appears to be red shoes in the aisle i a riot.

1 comment:

  1. So non-farm poultry is still ok?
    My emotional support Mallard.