Tobias Titz via Getty Images
Tobias Titz via Getty Images

Flying with pets can be hectic for owners and animals alike. Most airlines allow some small animals in the cabin, while those that transport larger dogs and cats require them to fly as cargo, usually under the cabin in a pressurized hold.

The latter isn’t always a paw-sitive experience. This week, a giant rabbit was found dead after a United Airlines flight from London to Chicago, according to its owner. The rabbit’s death is the latest awful mishap for United, with headlines noting it leads passenger airlines with the most animal deaths; there have been 53 over the last five years.

For the complete story, visit TheHuffingtonPost.com/Travel.

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