Just another example of how the Emotional Support Animals are an example of people abusing the system.
American Airlines passengers’ shock as traveller takes miniature HORSE onto flight. https://tiny.iavian.net/uucl
Personally I wouldn't mind sitting near the (nose end) of a horse on a flight every once in a while.
It would be a break from the mundane boring just sitting there.
Was this an ESA or an actual service animal?
Sorry, my post is probably confusing because the headlines are mixed. Some state this is an ESA and others claim it is a service animal under the ADA definition.
i believe it is actually an ESA but she passes it off as a service animal. In another interview, she said her disability is anxiety, brought on by childhood sexual abuse. That's typically an ESA issue.
That's just stupid. There needs to be limits.