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United Airlines Pilot Gives Forever Home To Puppy Abandoned At Airport

United Airlines Pilot Gives Forever Home To Puppy Abandoned At Airport

A United Airlines Captain worked with the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to find a new “forever home” for a puppy that had been abandoned by a traveler at San Francisco International Airport earlier this month.

Polaris, named after United’s premier Business Class cabin, came to the United States from an international destination earlier this year, but Polaris’ prior owner abandoned him shortly after their arrival.

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However, United Airlines stepped to the rescue and began caring for Polaris as though he were one of their own. The airline was responsible for completing all the required documentation to verify that Polaris was lawfully permitted to enter the country and care for the puppy during his quarantine.

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Captain William Dale and his family thought they could provide Polaris with the home he deserved at this time. Chief of rescue and welfare at the San Francisco SPCA Lisa Feder said, “United’s Customer Service team took on quite a challenge to ensuring Polaris would be safe, healthy, and find a loving home.

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United Airlines hosted an adoption celebration and gave $5,000 to the SF SPC on December 15 at the airport where Polaris was left behind. Naturally, Polaris and his new family were there as well, both of them dressed in Santa Costumes.

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