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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by uggboy, Nov 10, 2014.
Long Island hotel sued over lost cat by family traveling with 17 felines
"Amazing" story. I hope the court throws the case out and they are made to pay a fine. The mistake the hotel is guilty of is allowing the family to stay with so many pets in the first place.
An amazing story, uggboy! It's a rare hotel these days that even accepts one pet in a room, let alone 18! How did the Johnsons even know that one cat out of 17 are missing? And are they building an ark in their spare time?
Indeed an amazing story, I was too pretty much surprised that the hotel allowed them to stay with so many pets.
I bet the management was not aware of so many extra guests in the room.
They missed out on the revenue opportunity of $25 extra per guest.
I never tell'em when I travel with my ant farm.
Hotels don't like it when guests bring cockroaches or bedbugs as pets.
18 animules may have brought an uncountable number of fleas along for the trip. Hotel should have caught and counted all the room's fleas and charged the flea-bringers accordingly.
Sleep tight. Don't let the bedbugs bite.