Fluffy on a Flight by:Foxhoarder


Made for a “Fluffy on a Commercial Flight” -contest.

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Technically wouldn’t fluffies go in the nonpressurized area of the hold since they’re biotoys, not animals?

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One lawsuit and you can bet your bottom all airlines would put a stop to that. Destruction of property, emotional distress, etc. Pardon the pun, but Woof.

Poor little thing, left in a crate all alone without so much as a litterbox or huggy toy. I understand why people might not want it in the cabin, but letting their owner keep hold of them and telling them to just take a nap would save everyone some trauma. (Especially the poor airline workers who’ll have to clean up after this.) Great job, Fox!

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im sure they found out not to do that after a few fluffies

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Honestly I wouldn’t be surprised if they disallowed fluffies from flying with other animals purely for hygiene purposes. One fluffy in an enclosed space is a guarantee that something is getting a staph infection or the like.

On the other hand, it would give various companies an excuse to make pressurized transit cages so a fluffy could fly separate from the other animals and not die from asphyxiation or hypothermia.

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I don’t know why, but I found this incredibly funny

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…or an heart attack