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F US TAbLE OF COnTEnTS Y ME Foreword by Cindy Adams .....................……....................…………..5 ’M A Booking your four-legged friend ….................................................6 HECK you go ….................................................................................6 Before E OF At the airport and in flight ….............................................................8 RAY Hotels, restaurants, parks and animal hospitals ME Boston …...........................................................................................12 ’M A Fort Lauderdale …...........................................................................12 Las Vegas ….....................................................................................13 HECK Long Beach, CA …..........................................................................14 E OF New York …......................................................................................15 RAY Orlando ….........................................................................................16 ME San Francisco ….............................................................................17 ’M A Washington, D.C. ….........................................................................18 HECK E OF RAY ME ’M A HECK E OF RAY

CINDY ADAMS
columnist, dog lover

Jazzy Park Avenue Dog founder and ASPCA board member Cindy Adams is best known for her daily syndicated column in the New York Post, which she has written since 1981. The native New Yorker has also been a regular contributor to ABC’s Good Morning America and has appeared on many other television shows, including WNBC’s Live at Five, CNN’s Larry King Live, E! Entertainment Network’s Gossip Show and ABC’s Politically Incorrect. Cindy has written several books, is a frequent lecturer, and designs jewelry in her spare time. She lives in New York City with her dogs, Jazzy and Juicy.

FOREwORD by CInDy ADAMS
Travel is part of my job and my DNA. I’m someone who is always off someplace. I love it. I thrive on it. But I can’t bear leaving my sweet little Jazzy and Juicy. Jazzy’s five. He’s four and a half pounds. Juicy’s six. Minus an extra bite of chicken, she’s three and a half pounds. To most people, they’re Yorkies. To me, they’re family. That’s why I feel we must try and make this globe a better place to travel with our pets—and JetBlue agrees with me. Their new JetPaws™ program evolved out of the needs of pet lovers like me. JetPaws makes traveling with your dog or cat easier and more seamless. Jazzy and Juicy—who I love so much that if they could pay the maintenance I’d leave them my apartment—now thank JetBlue every time we travel. My pet-product line Jazzy® Park Avenue Dog has partnered with JetBlue to create some great travel items to make taking off with a small four-legged creature even better. Jazzy and Juicy have personally tested JetBlue’s signature pet carrier and travel kit to guarantee that these items provide the comfort and quality our little ones crave. I can honestly tell you that from chew bones to snack treats to water bowls, Jazzy and Juicy fully endorse the whole line. JetPaws will make it easier to keep your pet in the comfort my dogs have grown to expect—and adore. Hope to see you on JetBlue with your animal family member soon. XOXO Cindy Adams

JETTInG wITh yOUR pET
Traveling with the furry little ones shouldn’t be difficult. This guide will teach you all about Travel Petiquette™, the social graces of pet travel, and guide you through the ins and outs of jetting with your pet from the moment you book your flight to your arrival at your final destination

Booking your four-legged friend
etBlue gladly accepts small cats and dogs in the aircraft cabin on both domestic and international flights. To book your pet, call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583). Pets cannot be booked online. Keep in mind:
•	 There is a nonrefundable pet fee per flight segment. •	 	 limited number of animals are allowed on each flight, so book A your pet early. •	 	 he combined weight of your pet and carrier may not exceed T 20 pounds. •	 	 our pet and carrier will count as your one carry-on personal item. Y •	 	 nly one pet is allowed per customer, with a few exceptions. O

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Make sure you obtain the following items before you travel. You will be asked to present them at check in. •	 	 roper	pet	vaccination	and	documentation	for	each	destination	of	 P you trip. Currently there are no vaccination or health requirements

for pets on domestic flights. Pets to/from an international destination, including Puerto Rico, require proper documentation. For details, visit jetblue.com/jetpaws •	 Identification	tags	and	licenses •	 	 	carrier	that	does	not	exceed	17”L	x	12.5”W	x	8”H.	Your	pet	must	 A be able to stand up and move around in the carrier with ease. Keep in mind: - Combined weight of the pet and carrier may not exceed 20 pounds - Carriers must have a leak proof bottom and be well ventilated - Soft-sided and hard-sided carriers are acceptable - Only one pet per carrier is allowed Canceling your pet reservation If you would like to cancel your pet reservation, please call 1-800JETBLUE (538-2583) prior to departure or the fee credit will be forfeited. If you call to cancel before your scheduled departure, the nonrefundable fee can be converted to a JetBlue air-only credit and applied toward future travel for one year from the date of issuance. JetPaws™ Travel Checklist Traveling with your pet can be lots of fun as long as you are well prepared and informed. Use the checklist below to ensure you have everything you need for a trip as smooth as your companion’s coat. Required vaccinations and documentations Tags Licenses Airline-approved pet carrier Snacks and treats Pet supplies during your stay. JetBlue offers a nifty Pet Travel Kit which includes a blanket, a bowl and a bone in a carrying bag. Check it out at jetblue.com/shopblue. Give your pet a workout. When pets are tired, they sleep better and are more likely to quickly adapt to new surroundings.

AT ThE AIRpORT AnD In FLIGhT
Travel Petiquette counts the most the moment you arrive at the airport and begin your journey. Become familiar with the following regulations to make sure you and your beloved companion aren’t left behind.
•	 	 e	recommend	you	check	your	pet	in	at	the	airport’s	Full-Service	 W counter. •	 	 et	carriers	are	subject	to	being	searched	by	airport	security	 P authorities. •	 	 hen	passing	through	security,	you	will	be	asked	to	hold	the	pet	 W and walk through while the carrier is x-rayed. •	 Your	pet	and	carrier	will	count	as	your	one	personal	item. •	 	 ets	must	remain	inside	a	closed	carrier	while	at	the	airport	and	in	 P the aircraft. •	 	 ou	must	exit	the	airport	and	return	through	security	if	your	pet	 Y needs to relieve itself.

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HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, PARKS AND ANIMAL HOSPITALS BY CITY

There are lots of pet-friendly places out there; the following are just a few of the most popular hotels, restaurants and parks in some of JetBlue’s major cities that we recommend. We’ve also included some really great animal hospitals in the event your pet needs medical attention. Always call ahead before visiting an establishment to make sure their pet policies haven’t changed. Here’s some helpful information about these places:
HOTELS When booking a hotel, make sure you let them know you’re bringing a pet. Always ask about the hotel pet policies. Some hotels have rules, such as requiring that pets are not left alone in the room, that might require some extra planning on your part. If you’re looking for a luxury, pet-friendly hotel, a good resource is LuxuryPaw.com. Some hotels offer packages and programs to provide your pet with a little extra pampering. Here are three of our favorites: •	 	 impton Hotels: Special pet packages include amenities such as K food and water bowls, mineral water, temporary pet tags, gourmet dog cookies, walking services, dog sitting services, and even pet massages. Call 800-546-7866 for more information. •	 W Hotels: Upon arrival, pets receive welcome packets containing a toy, treat, pet tag and clean-up bags with the W’s PAW (Pets Are Welcome) Program. PAW rooms include amenities such as a custom W pet bed, food and water bowl with floor mat, a “Pet in Room”	door	sign,	and	special	treat	at	turndown,	and	much	more.	 Call 877-946-8357 for more information.

•	 ALOFT Hotels: As part of the arf(sm) pet program, pets are offered an	aloft	dog	bed,	bowl,	“woof-alicious”	treats,	and	toys.	Call	 1-877-GO-ALOFT for more information. RESTAURANTS •	 	 ost	pet-friendly	restaurants	allow	you	to	sit	with	your	pet	at	their	 M outdoor tables. However, they cannot sit on the chairs or tables. •	 Always	keep	your	pet	leashed.	 •	 	 ome	restaurants	provide	water	for	your	pet,	but	if	they	don’t,	come	 S prepared with a portable water bowl. PARKS •	 	 ring	a	leash.	Some	parks	are	off-leash	or	have	off-leash	areas,	but	 B it’s good to always have one handy. •	 	 lways	clean	up	after	your	dog.	Bring	a	pooper	scooper	or	a	plastic	 A bag to pick up what your pooch may leave behind. ANIMAL HOSPITALS The animal hospitals recommended in this JetPaws Travel Guide are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA is the only organization that accredits animal hospitals throughout the United States and Canada. AAHA-accredited hospitals adhere to the highest-quality standards available, ensuring the best care for your pet. Additional pet travel websites There are many websites where you can also find information on pet friendly places in all JetBlue cities. Here are a few we recommend: •	 LuxuryPaw.com •	 DogFriendly.com •	 PetsWelcome.com •	 BringFido.com •	 PetsOnTheGo.com •	 TripsWithPets.com

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HOTELS InterContinental Boston 510 Atlantic Avenue Boston, MA 617-747-1000 866-493-6495 One dog per guest allowed, up to 25 pounds. Fee: $100 Residence Inn by Marriott 34-44 Charles River Avenue Boston, MA 617-242-9000 Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Fee: $75 Sheraton Boston Hotel 39 Dalton Street Boston, MA 617-236-2000 Dogs up to 50 pounds are allowed. Fee: None OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Hamersley’s Bistro 553 Tremont Street Boston, MA 617-423-2700 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Salty Dog Seafood Grille 206 Faneuil Hall Marketplace Boston, MA 617-742-2094 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Tremont 647 647 Tremont Street Boston, MA 617-266-4600 Well-behaved leashed dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables.

PARKS The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University 125 Arborway Boston, MA 617-524-1718 Arnold Arboretum has 265 acres of trees, shrubs and vines for your pooch to explore. Dogs must be cleaned up after and on leash. Boston Common Park Bound by Tremont, Beacon, Charles and Boylston Streets Boston, MA 617-635-4505 Dogs are allowed here as long as they are cleaned up after and leashed. Well-behaved dogs can be off-leash from 6 a.m.–9 a.m. and from 4 p.m.–8 p.m. Peter’s Park Dog Run E. Berkeley and Washington Streets Boston, MA Off-leash dog park. ANIMAL HOSPITALS Back Bay Veterinary Clinic 324 B Newbury Street Boston, MA 617-247-2273

FORT LAUDERDALE
HOTELS Embassy Suites Hotel Fort Lauderdale 17th Street 1100 SE 17th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-527-2700 Dogs of all sizes are allowed but cannot be left alone in the room. Fee: None

Hampton Inn 2301 SW 12th Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-524-9900 Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Fee: $50 The Westin Fort Lauderdale 400 Corporate Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-772-1331 Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed but cannot be left alone in the room. Fee: $50 OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Cheeburger Cheeburger 708 East Las Olas Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-524-8824 Dogs allowed at the outdoor tables. Japanese Village Hibachi Steak House 350 E. Las Olas Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-525-8386 Dogs allowed at the outdoor tables. Starbucks 6981 W Broward Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-791-7265 Dogs allowed at the outdoor tables. PARKS Riverwalk Linear Park 20 N. New River Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 954-828-7275 Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after. Hugh Taylor Birch State Park 3109 East Sunrise Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-564-4521

Dogs must be leashed and are allowed only on the Canine Beach. Bark Park at Snyder Park 3299 SW 4th Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-828-4585 This fully-fenced, off-leash dog park has areas for both small and large dogs, benches, water, and pickup bags. ANIMAL HOSPITALS Arbor Pet Hospital 1220 NE 26th Street Wilton Manors, FL 954-565-1896 Seiler Animal Hospital 2650 NE 57th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-491-1222 VCA Stirling Square Animal Hospital 2871 Stirling Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 954-963-5300

LAS VEGAS
HOTELS La Quinta Inn Las Vegas Tropicana 4975 S. Valley View Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 702-798-7736 800-531-5900 Dogs up to 30 pounds are allowed. Fee: None Residence Inn by Marriott Convention Center 3225 Paradise Road Las Vegas, NV 702-796-9300 Dogs up to 60 pounds are allowed. Fee: $75

The Westin Casuarina Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa 160 East Flamingo Road Las Vegas, NV 702-836-5900 Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed. Fee: $35 plus a $150 refundable deposit. OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Einstein Brothers Bagels 9031 W. Sahara Avenue Las Vegas, NV 702-254-0919 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Mountain Springs Saloon Mountain Spring Road and Highway 160 Las Vegas, NV 702-875-4266 Dogs are welcome at the outdoor dining area. ReJAVAnate 3300 E Flamingo Road Las Vegas, NV 702-253-7721 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. PARKS Desert Breeze Dog Run 8425 W. Spring Mountain Road Las Vegas, NV This fully enclosed dog park features three dog runs: one for small pups, one for middle sized pooches and one for larger canines over 30 pounds. Floyd Lamb State Park 9200 Tule Springs Road Las Vegas, NV 702-229-6297 Leashed dogs of all sizes are allowed at this park.

Molasky Park Dog Run 1065 E. Twain Avenue Las Vegas, NV 702-455-8200 This fenced, off-leash dog park is open daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. ANIMAL HOSPITALS Aloha Animal Hospital 7341 S Torrey Pines Drive Las Vegas, NV 702-567-5222 Tropicana Animal Hospital 2385 East Tropicana Avenue Las Vegas, NV 702-736-4944 West Flamingo Animal Hospital 5445 West Flamingo Road Las Vegas, NV 702-876-2111

LOnG bEACh, CA
HOTELS Holiday Inn Long Beach Airport 2640 Lakewood Boulevard Long Beach, CA 562-597-4401 Dogs up to 25 pounds are allowed. Fee: $25 plus a $100 refundable deposit The Westin Long Beach 333 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach, CA 562-436-3000 866-716-8132 Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed. Fee: $25 Residence Inn by Marriott 1177 S. Beverly Drive Los Angeles, CA 310-277-4427

Pets of all sizes are welcome. Fee: $80 non-refundable cleaning fee plus $10 per night for one pet and an additional $5 per night for each additional pet. OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Mel’s Drive-In 8585 Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 310-854-7200 This 24-hour West Hollywood restaurant serves you and your pup breakfast, lunch or dinner at the outside seating. Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill 7547 Carson Boulevard Long Beach, CA 562-496-1892 Leashed, well-behaved dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Chipotle 110 S Fairfax Avenue Los Angeles, CA 323-857-0608 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables; however food must be ordered inside the restaurant while dogs remain outside. PARKS Griffith Park Dog Park North Zoo Drive Los Angeles, CA 323-913-4688 This park has two separate fenced areas, one for larger dogs and the other for small or shy dogs. Recreation Park Dog Park 5201 E. 7th Street Long Beach, CA 562-570-3100 Licensed pups over four months can run leash-free in this park.

Silver Lake Dog Park 1850 West Silver Lake Boulevard Los Angeles, CA This is one of the best and most popular dog parks in L.A. with an average of 30 to 40 dogs hanging out at a time. ANIMAL HOSPITALS Brentwood Pet Clinic 11718 Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 310-473-0957 Eagle Rock Emergency Pet Clinic, Inc 4254 Eagle Rock Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 323-254-7382 Uptown Animal Hospital Inc 3350 Atlantic Avenue Long Beach, CA 562-424-8541

nEw yORK
HOTELS Comfort Inn 305 West 39th Street New York, NY 877-424-6423 212-268-3040 Two dogs of up to 20 pounds each or less are allowed per room. Fee: $10 per night per pet Hilton 1335 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 212-586-7000 Dogs of all sizes and multiple dogs are allowed. Dogs must be kenneled for housekeeping. Fee: None

W New York 541 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 212-755-1200 Dogs up to 70 pounds are allowed. Fee: $25 OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Allegria 1350 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 212-956-7755 Dogs allowed at the outdoor tables. Water is provided for pets. The Barking Dog Luncheonette 1453 York Avenue New York, NY 212-861-3600 Pets are allowed in outdoor café; a “dog bar” water trough is provided for pets. The Grey Dog’s Coffee 33 Carmine Street New York, NY 212-462-0041 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables and inside with permission. PARKS Canine Court In Van Cortlandt Park West 251st Street and Broadway The Bronx, NY This public dog playground and agility course has a 14,000 square-foot fenced-in play area a teeter-totter, chutes and tunnels for pooches to run through, and hurdles. Central Park Bordered by 59th and110th Streets, Central Park West and Fifth Avenue New York, NY Take your leashed dog to Central Park’s “Dog Hill” area to socialize and for exercise.

Union Square Dog Run 15th Street at Union Square New York, NY 212-NEW-YORK Official off-leash dog area. ANIMAL HOSPITALS Heart of Chelsea Animal Hospital 257 W. 18th Street New York, NY 212-924-6116 The Animal Medical Center 510 E. 62nd Street New York , NY 212-838-8100 Westside Veterinary Center 220 W. 83rd Street New York , NY 212-580-1800

ORLAnDO
HOTELS Celebration World Resort 7503 Atlantis Way Kissimmee, FL 407-396-4005 Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed with proof of up-to-date shots. Fee: $50 Hard Rock Hotel 5800 Universal Boulevard Orlando, FL 407-503-2000 888-832-7155 Dogs of all sizes are allowed with a health certificate obtained within ten days prior to arrival. Fee: $25 per room

Residence Inn Orlando/SeaWorld/ International Center 11000 Westwood Boulevard Orlando, FL 407-313-3600 Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Fee: $75 OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Casey’s on Central 50 E. Central Boulevard Orlando, FL 407-648-4218 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Water and treats are provided for your pooch. Julie’s Waterfront 4201 S Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 407-240-2557 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables but must be leashed. Quiznos® 12515 Highway 535 Orlando, FL 407-827-1110 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. PARKS Lake Eola Park N. Rosalind Avenue at E. Washington Street Orlando, FL 407-246-2827 Dogs are allowed on leash at this park, which features a jogging trail, grassy areas and a lake. Downey Dog Park 10107 Flowers Avenue Orlando, FL 407-254-9180 This park has areas for large and small dogs, water fountains and even doggy sanitation stations.

Dr. Phillips Dog Park 8249 Buenavista Woods Boulevard Orlando, FL 407-254-9037 ANIMAL HOSPITALS Animal Health Center 8522 Commodity Circle Orlando, FL 407-345-9050 Kindred Spirits Animal Clinic 7306 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 407-855-1350 Sand Lake Animal Clinic 8932 South Apopka-Vineland Road Orlando, FL 407-876-4461

SAn FRAnCISCO
HOTELS Kimpton Argonaut 495 Jefferson Street at Hyde San Francisco, CA 94109 866-415-0704 415-563-0800 Fee: None Serrano Hotel 405 Taylor Street San Francisco, CA 415-885-2500 Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Fee: None The W San Francisco 181 3rd Street San Francisco, CA 415-777-5300 Dogs of all sizes allowed. Fee: $100

Through W Hotels’ P.A.W. (Pets Are Welcome) program, pets receive a special welcome kit that includes a custom pet bed, food and water dishes with place mat, a doggy menu, a “Pet in Room” sign, treats, pet tag, a toy, and more. The concierge also offers additional services such as dogwalking. Dogs must be removed or crated for housekeeping or any in-room services. OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Panta Rei 431 Columbus Avenue San Francisco, CA 415-591-0900. Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Pompei’s Grotto 340 Jefferson Street San Francisco, CA 415-776-9265 Well-behaved, leashed dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Zazie Café 941 Cole Street San Francisco, CA 415-564-5332 Mondays are “bring your doggy to dinner” nights at this French bistro. Relax on the cozy patio while Lassie munches on doggy treats and you sip on a discounted bottle of wine. The rest of the week your pooch is allowed at the sidewalk tables only. Reservations are recommended. PARKS Alta Plaza Park Bounded by Jackson, Steiner, Clay and Scott Streets in the Pacific Heights neighborhood San Francisco, CA The first Sunday of every month is Pug Day at this park! From 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. or so you can mingle with other Pug owners while

your leashed doggie plays with another 2050 of their own kind. Golden Gate Park Off-Leash Dog Areas Stanyan & Great Highway San Francisco, CA 415-751-8987 This huge park has four off-leash dog areas, some fenced. Puppies under four months are not allowed. Presidio of San Francisco Hwy 1/Park Presidio Blvd. San Francisco, CA 415-561-4323 This National Park is now super dog-friendly. Leashes may or may not be required, so keep your pooch leashed just to be safe. ANIMAL HOSPITALS All Pets Hospital 269 South Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 415-861-5725 Balboa Pet Hospital 3329 Balboa Street San Francisco, CA 415-752-3300 Pets Unlimited 2343 Fillmore Street San Francisco, CA 415-563-6700

wAShInGTOn, D.C.
HOTELS Hilton Washington 1919 Connecticut Avenue N.W. Washington, D.C. 202-483-3000 Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Fee: None

Residence Inn Washington D.C./Dupont Circle 2120 P Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 202-466-6800 Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Fee: $100 The Fairfax at Embassy Row 2100 Massachusetts Avenue N.W. Washington, D.C. 202-293-2100 Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed but they cannot be left alone in the room. Fee: None OUTDOOR RESTAURANTS Bangkok Bistro 3251 Prospect Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 202-337-2424 Dogs allowed at the outdoor tables. Water is provided for pets. Guapos Mexican Cuisine and Cantina 4515 Wisconsin Avenue N.W. Washington, D.C. 202-686-3588 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. Dupont Italian Kitchen and Bar 1637 17th Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 202-328-3222 Dogs are allowed at the outdoor tables. PARKS Capital Crescent Trail Trail begins at the end of Water Street Washington, D.C. 202-234-4874 Leashed dogs are allowed on the trail. National Arboretum 3501 New York Avenue. N.E. Washington, D.C.

202-245-2726 Walk with your leashed dog through trails and beautiful gardens. Rock Creek Park 5200 Glover Road N.W. Washington, D.C. 202-895-6070 Leashed dogs are allowed at this large park. VETS CityPaws Animal Hospital 1823 14th Street N.W. Washington, DC 202-232-7297 Friendship Hospital for Animals 4105 Brandywine Street N.W. Washington, DC 202-363-7300 VCA MacArthur Animal Hospital 4832 MacArthur Boulevard N.W. Washington, DC 202-337-0120

PET ONBOARD_HANDLE WITH CARE_CHECK ME N_I COUNT AS A PERSONAL ITEM_ONLY ONE OF U N HERE_I WEIGH 17 LBS. OR LESS_DON’T X-RAY ME_PLACE ME UNDER THE SEAT_DON’T TAKE ME OUT WHILE JETTING_I’M COMFY_I’M SPOILED_I’M ETTER_PET ONBOARD_HANDLE WITH CARE_CHE ME IN_I COUNT AS A PERSONAL ITEM_ONLY ONE O US IN HERE_I WEIGH 17 LBS. OR LESS_DON’T X-RA ME_PLACE ME UNDER THE SEAT_DON’T TAKE ME OUT WHILE JETTING_I’M COMFY_I’M SPOILED_I’M ETTER_PET ONBOARD_HANDLE WITH CARE_CHE ME IN_I COUNT AS A PERSONAL ITEM_ONLY ONE O US IN HERE_I WEIGH 17 LBS. OR LESS_DON’T X-RA ME_PLACE ME UNDER THE SEAT_DON’T TAKE ME OUT WHILE JETTING_I’M COMFY_I’M SPOILED_I’M ETTER_PET ONBOARD_HANDLE WITH CARE_CHE ME IN_I COUNT AS A PERSONAL ITEM_ONLY ONE O US IN HERE_I WEIGH 17 LBS. OR LESS_DON’T X-RA ME_PLACE ME UNDER THE SEAT_DON’T TAKE ME OUT WHILE JETTING_I’M COMFY_I’M SPOILED_I’M ETTER_PET ONBOARD_HANDLE WITH CARE_CHE ME IN_I COUNT AS A PERSONAL ITEM_ONLY ONE O Jetpaws US IN HERE_I WEIGH 17 LBS. OR LESS_DON’T X-RA


				
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