Furry Friends Keep Passengers Calm

Furry Friends Keep Passengers Calm

In December, San Francisco Airport introduced its first ever therapy pig, LiLou. Airports around the world are trying to make flying less stressful by introducing therapy animals, which include dogs, cats, rabbits, ducks and a miniature horse.

The furry friends are easily identified by a sign saying ‘pet me’ and are located around airports in open areas so that they can be greeted by passengers who want to say hello.

Read more about LiLou and other therapy animals in airports here:




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