Friday, January 19, 2007
Increasing numbers of people are taking pets on business trips. But imagine the challenge when the animal is not the typical dog or cat. Of course, most business travel with animals does not involve alligators. The most common traveling animal is the pet dog, and then the cat, though cats are notorious for finding hiding spots in hotel rooms, usually at checkout time. Birds fly, but they are not especially good at being flown. Most people who travel professionally with birds, go almost exclusively by car.