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“There are two means of refuge from the misery of life— music and cats.”
― Albert Schweitzer
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Many of our families fly in, and fly out the same day for personal in cabin pet pickup where weather is not a factor. With summers being hot, we refrain from flying as cargo, too hard to find that perfect "weather" window" to fly.
-we meet you at our local airport.
-Please buy a changeable ticket. Southwest Airlines has no fee for changing tickets, for instance. If your kitten is not deemed "ready" you will have to delay your pick up.
- Always ask airline if they require a health certificate. We will be happy to make those arrangements. Please inform your airlines you will be traveling with a pet when making reservation.
-always plan to have a soft sided carrier with you when you pick up kitten for your return flight. We provide hard and canned food.
-have final payments arranged.
PLEASE CHECK With your airline personally, this is as of JULY 2018:
American Airlines: For those flying with pets, only small cats and dogs are allowed in the cabin at a $125 fee and they must stay in a carrier, that fits under the seat in front of you, at all times. Travelers can also fly their cats and dogs in the plane's cargo hold for $175 fee with some capacity and weather restrictions. Change fee varies.
Delta Airlines: Small cats, dogs and household birds are allowed to travel in the cabin for a fee that varies based on the traveler's destination. The pet must remain in a carrier at all times and the carrier must fit comfortably in the space under the seat in front of the passenger. Delta can also ship animals via Delta cargo, prices vary. This service is only open to warm-blooded pets. Airline change fees on any domestic Delta flight will cost passengers $150
Southwest Airlines: Cats and small dogs are allowed to travel with their owners for a fee of $95. Approved pets must remain in their carrier at all times and be able to fit under the seat in front of their owner. Southwest does not fly pets in the cargo holds of their planes. Only six pets are allowed pet flight, so reserve your space early. NO CHANGE OF FLIGHT FEE!
United Airlines: United allows domesticated cats, dogs, rabbits and household birds (excluding cockatoos) to travel accompanied in the aircraft cabin on most flights within the U.S. for $125 service charge. The pet must stay in their carrier, which must fit completely under the seat in front of the customer and remain there at all times. $150 flight change fee for domestic flights
Air Canada: Air Canada welcomes cats and small dogs in the cabin as long as they are small enough to fit and stay comfortably in their carrier and under the seat in front of the traveler. The fee to fly with and in-cabin pet varies based on the traveler's destination. Air Canada Cargo also ships a wide variety of animals, including cats, dogs, hatching eggs, insects and tropical fish.
Alaska Airlines: Pets allowed in the passenger cabin of Alaska Airline include dogs, cats, rabbits, household birds, and tropical fish. Dogs and cats must be at least eight weeks old and must have been fully weaned for at least five days prior to travel. The fee to travel with a small pet is $100, the pet must stay in their carrier and be able to fit under the seat in front of the traveler or in the adjacent seat, when that seat is purchased. There is a limit to how many pets can fly on each plane, so travelers need to reserve in advance. Most pets are also allowed to travel in the cargo hold as well for a $100 fee.
Change fee for domestic or international flights is $100
JetBlue Airways: JetBlue gladly accepts small cats and dogs in the aircraft cabin on both domestic and international flights. There is a pet fee of $100 each way and the combined of the pet and carrier may not exceed 20 pounds. The pet must remain inside its carrier while at the airport and in the aircraft for the entire flight, and underneath the seat in front of the traveler during taxi, takeoff, and landing. Only four pets are allowed pet flight. $100 flight change fee to make any schedule changes to their already purchased tickets.
Spirit Airlines: Spirit has a limit of four pets per cabin. The fee to travel with your pet is $100 per pet carrier. Guests are only allowed to fly with 1 or 2 pets. The carrier with the pet must under the seat in front of the owner and the animal must stay in the carrier for the entire flight. Spirit does not fly animals in their cargo hold.
Please check with airline for in cabin pet transportation. US Airway passengers who purchased refundable tickets are eligible to make changes to their flight itinerary with no change fees. Those who purchased nonrefundable tickets on US Airways are subject to change fees. Passengers with nonrefundable tickets will pay a $50 change fee for any ticket change for both same-day and different day ticket changes.