Recently, wildfires broke out across Fort McMurray, requiring over 80,000 residents to evacuate.
In response, Canadian North, a Calgary airline, immediately stepped up to lend a helping hand. They sentevacuation plane after evacuation plane to shuttle folks to safety.
However, humans weren’t the only creatures endangered by these fires. Their pets also required evacuation, most of whom were typically not permittedto fly on planes.
Thankfully, Canadian North quickly deemed this worry a non-issue. They lifted theirnormal pet travel restrictions and allowed these furry companionsto travel with their owners in the planes’ main cabins.
But Canadian North’s accommodations weren’tfinished yet.
When one pregnant, displaced passenger began going into labor, the Canadian North team offered to cat-sit her precious Meow Meowduring the delivery.
Meow Meow quickly became one of the airline office’s most talked about employees!
Keep scrolling through to see all the ways this airline went above and beyond to keep theseevacuees out of harm’s way.
As one Canadian North spokesperson told The Huffington Post Canada, “It’s definitely unusual to carry pets in the cabin, but due to the unusual circumstances we were able to bend the rules to accommodate these animals.”