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Dogs traveling in the airline cabin: The fur is flying

As a former flight attendant with a major carrier, I can relate to some of Elliott Hester's comments about animals in the cabin [“The Flying Kennel Now Boarding, Sept. 25].  I flew for more than 20 years, and I discovered kittens, turtles and even a gerbil (he was part of a stripper's show) in...
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