United Airlines is getting tougher about what animals it will — and won’t — accept in the passenger cabin.
The Chicago-based carrier on Thursday said beginning Jan. 7, it will strictly limit emotional support animals allowed onboard to only cats and dogs.
And the carrier will only allow dogs, cats and miniature horses on board as designated service animals. Service animals typically accompany passengers with various disabilities.
United also will no longer allow kittens and puppies under…
Atlanta Business Journal
United joins Delta in enacting stricter animal policies