Airlines Pressured to Stop Treating Animals as Cargo
After a five-month analysis of government documents, the NBC Bay Area Investigate Unit uncovered that in a six-year span 302 animals have died, been injured, or have disappeared in the care of commercial airlines Elyce Kirchner investigates in a story that originally aired at 11 p.m. on Feb.
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Since: May 08
#1 Mar 26, 2013
Tell the humans that throw them into he plastic crates with not evena towle to lay on that. Most people I've worked with uring 26 years on the ramp treat every animal as thier own... Some fear the big dogs...There are a ton of bad owners.
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