Fire the United Airlines Employee Responsible for Murdering a Puppy
0 have signed. Let’s get to 200!
An employee on flight 1284 from Houston to New York's LaGuardia Airport forced a passenger to put their dog in an overhead bin for the flight, assuring them the dog would be fine. It was dead upon landing--likely due to suffocation. This employee enforced non-existent rules and exerted authority unnecessarily, directly resulting in the murder of an innocent puppy. This employee must be fired and United Airlines must propose a plan of action to prevent future deaths of pets from occurring.
Today: N is counting on you
N A needs your help with “Fire the United Airlines Employee Responsible for Murdering a Puppy”. Join N and 164 supporters today.