Pigs Really Can Fly! With Pet Airways
Bosley, the pot-bellied pig, takes to the sky Pet Airways answered the age-old question, “Can Pigs Fly?”, with a resounding YES! Bosley, a pot-bellied pig rescued by the Tri County Humane Society of Boca Raton, Florida, will become the first of his species to fly on a Pet Airways flight, travelling from Florida to New York.
Bosley will join the Pet Airways flight on September 1st. After receiving a rousing welcome from New Yorkers, Bosley will then travel to a farm in the Hamptons, where he will begin a new life of leisure among new pig friends.
His journey is possible thanks to Pet Airways, the only airline that flies pets in the main cabin of the plane, not in cargo. The airline has flown over 7,000 dogs and cats since launching in 2009. Other Pawsengers™ have included birds, rats, and even a hermit crab—but Bosley will be the first pig to fly the pet-friendly skies.
About The PAWS Pet Company
The PAWS Pet Company, Inc. provides innovative pet services. It’s wholly owned subsidiary, Pet Airways, is the only airline specifically designed for the safe and comfortable transportation of pets. The airline launched flight operations in 2009 and currently serves coast-to-coast destinations across the United States, including Los Angeles, Phoenix, Denver, Omaha, Chicago, Baltimore, New York, Atlanta and Ft. Lauderdale. The Company has also announced its upcoming expansion to Orlando, Dallas, Austin, Houston and St. Louis.
For more information on Pet Airways, go to www.petairways.com.
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