Woman On Delta Flight From New York To Atlanta Breastfeeds Cat

Woman On Delta Flight From New York To Atlanta Breastfeeds Cat

Just when you think you heard it all, out of nowhere, a woman decides to breastfeed her cat on a Delta Airlines flight.

According to reports, a woman on Delta Air Flight DL1360 from Syracuse to Atlanta had one hungry kitty and was determined to feed it no matter what.

According to a viral message which appears to be from the pilot of the Delta Air flight, the woman refused to stop breastfeeding her cat despite repeated pleas from the cabin crew, and passengers.

The message, allegedly written by the pilot, indicates that the woman has refused to put her cat back in its carrier when she was being requested.

The pilot noted, “Req Redcoat Meet AC Pax (passenger) in (seat) 13A is Breastfeeding A Cat And Will Not Put Cat Back In Its Carrier When FA (flight attendant) Requested”.

On Delta flights, trained service and confirmed emotional support animals are expected to be seated in the floor space below a customer’s seat or seated in a customer’s lap.

Trained service and confirmed emotional support animals* and their associated items travel for free. The size of the animal must not exceed the “footprint” of the passenger’s seat.

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