I thought “Oh, no; not again!” upon seeing a news item yesterday afternoon containing the words “cat” , “Air Canada”, and “escaped”. Fortunately, it was not another story of a cat gone missing from cargo, possibly never be found again
Ripples’ crate was securely latched when he arrived at the airport, but the person conducting his security check did not properly snap the latch between the crate’s top and bottom tightly back into place linked is the story of Ripples cat who found himself out of the comfort of his home, in his carrier and placed in the cargo bin of a plane. Ripples family vacation nightmare!
Ripples the cat would have preferred a loving pet sitter coming by his home every day.
We moved to a new house so we lost our precious friend who babysitted our boy for 8 years. It was hard to even think about any vacation because it meant we had to find the best babysitter for Leonardo. My friend highly recommended Lisa Burks and her company House Calls 4 Pet. Just talking to Lisa first... More
Thank you Yuliana, for taking the time to share your experience with the care of your special boy while you were away!