((VO-United/ Generic planes))??United Airlines has a rough track record this week when it comes to caring for people’s pets. ????The airline says it’s now investigating why a dog was mistakenly sent to Japan when he was supposed to arrive in Kansas City, Missouri????((VO-United))??KCTV reports that a family was in the midst of a move to Kansas and went to the United cargo facility to pick up their german shepherd after arriving.
The family was instead given a great dane and learned that their pet was in Japan.????((VO-MAshable Screenshot/Planes))??United released a statement to Mashable noting that the error occurred during a connection in Denver.
The airline also told the site, “We apologize for this mistake and are following up with the vendor kennel where they were kept overnight to understand what happened.”????((VO-June Lara FB pic/ Guardian Article Screenshot))??This is not the first time United is being criticized for its treatment of animals.
On Monday, a dog died in an overhead bin after the airline reportedly insisted the family put it there.
According to The Guardian, the carrier was sued last year after a giant rabbit died on one of its flights.????
It's utter elation as a family is reunited with their German shepherd, Irgo. Irgo was supposed to fly from Denver to Kansas City. Instead, he ended up 11,000 miles away, in Japan. It was a mix-up that.. Source: InsideEdition -
The Swindle family were reunited with their 10-year-old German Shepherd Irgo on Thursday in Kansas after United Airlines mistakenly put the dog on a flight to Japan this week. Colette Luke has more. Source: Rumble -