So we can’t get a jar of Nutella past TSA, but people are attempting to board planes with peacocks, ducks, hamsters, pigs and minature horses and now even an emotional support squirrel.
A flight was delayed two hours when a woman tried to board a plane in Orlando with her furry friend. When flight attendants discovered the squirrel, she was asked to deplane but refused.
Last year Delta flew 250,000 emotional support animals. There is a limit: no goats, snakes, ferrets or hedgehogs. And that emotional support spider, pig, sheep or buffalo has to stay at home as well.