United Airlines Sends Family Dog to Wrong Country by Mistake

United Airlines Sends Family Dog to Wrong Country by Mistake

Kara Swindle was moving from OR to Kansas with her family on a United Airlines flight last Tuesday, with their pet German shepherd Irgo scheduled to fly on a separate flight.

"He's really special and I just think about him every day at school and I can't concentrate", Ceballos said.

The French bulldog was barking during the whole flight, according to multiple passenger accounts, but they did not discover that Kokito died until after the plane landed.

Irgo arrived on Thursday on a United Airlines corporate jet.

"An error occurred during connections in Denver for two pets sent to the wrong destinations". On Monday, a flight attendant made a passenger store her dog in an overhead bin on a flight from Houston.

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She said her son was crying when they realized the dog was not with them.

Airline officials in Japan put Irgo on a flight back to Kansas City. We apologise for this mistake and are following up with the vendor kennel where they were kept overnight to understand what happened'.

United Airlines released a statement apologizing and taking full responsibility for the incident. "The pet has been safely delivered to its owner". We provided compensation to all customers on board for the diversion, ' a spokesman told DailyMail.com.

United Airlines have an extremely poor record with animal welfare. "They're living, breathing, sentient things that are capable of suffering, capable of pain and capable of dying and they can not be treated as inanimate objects", advocate Constance Marino said. "This visual tag will further help our flight attendants identify pets in-cabin". "I suspect that in these cases, the animals, for liability purposes would be treated as - and I hate to say it - luggage".

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