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AA flight attendant bitten by emotional support animal. Five stitches required.

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  • AA flight attendant bitten by emotional support animal. Five stitches required.

    "What happened on yesterday's American Airlines flight is completely unacceptable and inexcusable," the flight attendant union said in a Tuesday statement. "For years, AFA has supported the role trained animals can provide to passengers in the cabin, but we have also called for action in regards to setting standards for emotional support animals."

    https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/a...rnd/index.html

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    If the Airlines are going to let support animals on flights the animal both cats and dogs needs to have a muzzle put on before they get to the departing airport during the flight and when they get to the destination, if the animal requires a drink of water during the flight the person responsible for the animal should remove the muzzle and replace it after it has finished leaving the flight attendants to either give the water to the person responsible or when the flight attendants can put down and pick up the water when the animal is muzzled.

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