A tragic incident has taken place and it resulted in the death of a french bulldog puppy. This is not the first time that a tragic happening has the name United Airlines quoted. We warn you that if you feel bad already then don’t read ahead as this might make you deeply saddened, I am finding it hard to write the details.
A ten-month-old French Bulldog has died due to the negligence of the United Airline Flight attendant. It’s allegedly been told that the flight attendant was the one who told the dog owner to put the puppy in the overhead compartment.
The owner boarded NewYork bound flight from the Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The puppy named Papacito had accompanied the guy in its carrier. A fellow passenger, June Lara, who was sitting beside the dog owner told the media that she heard one of the crew members telling the dog owner that the puppy must go inside the overhead cabin.
“The flight attendants of flight UA1284 felt that the innocent animal was better off crammed inside the overhead container without air and water,” owner wrote on Facebook. “They INSISTED that the puppy be locked up for three hours without any kind of airflow. They assured the safety of the family’s pet so wearily, the mother agreed.”
Lara told media that when the plane landed after a 3-hour flight the puppy was taken out of the overhead luggage cabin, the dog was dead. “There was no sound as we landed and opened his kennel,” she wrote, “I held her baby as the mother attempted to resuscitate their 10-month-old puppy.”
“I cried with them three minutes later as she sobbed over his lifeless body. My heart broke with theirs as I realized he was gone.”
The dog owner can be seen in the above picture who was with her daughter. Both of them are deeply saddened by the incident. The owner had brought the puppy in a carrier, the picture of which can be seen below. Almost everyone around the owner got sad and terrified.
The fellow passengers were disgusted by the incident. The poor family paid $125 for their pet to be murdered right in front of them. It’s unclear that how can a trained flight attendant suggest some passenger keep a living thing inside the overhead cabin where there is no sign of oxygen and air. United Airlines has already faced quite a lot of disasters.