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The American airline Frontier Airlines, whose banner is helping animals, is offering a $250 voucher to anyone who adopts one of three newly born puppies. Details here! tourism

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The airline Frontier Airlines (Frontier Airlines) in the USA is offering free flights to those who adopt three tiny kittens.

The charity Animal Foundation, based in Las Vegas, published photos of the three cute kittens on Twitter after naming them after the American airlines Delta, Frontier and Spirit. The

coverage of the kittens in the local news caught the attention of Frontier Airlines, which is now offering flight vouchers to those who will adopt the cats. The value of the Frontier flight vouchers is US$250 each.


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"Each of the planes has an animal on the tail of the plane"

In a statement to the British "Independent", a representative of Frontier said that "the plight of animals is important and dear to us. Every one of our planes has an animal on the tail of the plane, with a special name and backstory, with many of the species threatened or endangered. We would be more than happy to provide a little extra incentive To encourage the adoption of these three precious puppies," the statement read.

The Animal Foundation charity said the kittens will be moved to adoptive homes once they are a little older, and the charity's medical staff will allow them to leave.

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Source: walla

All life articles on 2023-01-09

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