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My name is Molly, and I’d like to share with you my take on airline travel. I am not a fan. Being a 10-pound Bichon and Yorkie mix, I can fit in a doggie carrier. But honestly, it is tight, with little space for me to do more than curl up and sleep. What I really want is to prance around and smell all the new smells. Stored underneath the seat in front of my human is not like resting at home. The human passenger above me is moving around and mushing my head. My ears pop, and I cannot chew gum. The flight attendant does not offer me water. The tradeoff is getting to see my grandmom in Alabama, and flying beats a 10-hour car ride. When there, I am spoiled with new toys that squeak, new sidewalks to wander and eggs (my fave) for breakfast each morning. The fun when there makes the travel worth it.
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