“What the actual hell?” Woman breastfeeds her cat on flight to Atlanta

America is wild.

Passengers onboard an Atlanta-bound flight were left horrified when a lady began to breastfeed her cat.

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Though the cabin crew made several attempts to stop the woman, she did not heed their pleas. The incident reportedly occurred on Delta Air flight DL1360 to Atlanta.

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According to a screenshot from the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System, the message read “Req Redcoat meet AC Pax (passenger) in (seat) 13A is nursing a cat and will not put cat back in its container when FA (flight attendant) requested.”

Daily Star reported that, “Req Redcoat meet” signifies the pilot requesting a member of Delta’s Redcoat ground staff to meet the passenger upon landing.

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“Someone just texted me this… what the actual hell?”

Ryan Spellman

Due to an increase of misbehaving emotional support animals, Delta Airline has tightened its regulations surrounding pets onboard.

Small dogs and cats are permitted on Delta flights, however they must be kept in a carrier beneath the seat for the duration of the journey.

Emotional support animals have been shown to help individuals with mental health conditions like PTSD, anxiety, and depression.

Cover image via Scrumbles and Ryan Spellman

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