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- Airlines Now Required To Report Pet Injuries, Loss or Deaths
New government regulations require that airlines report any injuries, deaths or lost animals they transport.
- American Airlines Bans Snub-Nosed Breeds
American Airlines will not accept brachycephalic or snub-nosed cats as checked luggage. The ban includes Persians, Exotic Shorthairs and Burmese cats.
- * At What Age Should Kittens Go To a New Home?
Sometimes buyers want to take a kitten far too early. There are some simple things you can explain to them in order for them to understand why they need to wait until the kitten is the best age to go to its new home.
- Cats Earn Frequent Flyer Miles on Continental
Continental Airlines awards frequent flyer miles to cats who fly in cargo while traveling with their owners.
- Companion Air
A new airline in the United States will cater to people traveling with their pets.
- Dry Fur
A new mat for the bottom of your cat's carrier is designed to keep your cat dry and clean during trips.
- * Labels on Your Shipping Carrier
When shipping your cat, there are a few tips about labeling your carrier that may help your cat arrive quickly and safely to its destination.
- * Shipping Your Cat By Air
Learn how to prepare the carrier, choose the best airline, and ensure that your kitty arrives safely.
- Southwest Airlines Accepts Pets
Small dogs and cats in carriers are for the first time welcome in cabin on Southwest Airline flights!
- To Ship Or Not To Ship
A breeder explains the evolution of her no-shipping policy.
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