A Delta Airlines passenger was caught breastfeeding her cat.
She was caught breastfeeding her cat on a Delta Airlines flight. She then continued after being ordered to stop by a flight attendant.
The incident occurred on Delta Flight 1360 en route from Syracuse, New York to Atlanta, Georgia.
However, the incident reportedly occurred earlier this month. News of the incident went viral on social media after several text messages were sent through the aircraft’s communication address and reporting system. It is written “Passenger 13A is breastfeeding a cat and does put cat in the carrier”.
A flight attendant named Ainsley Elizabeth, who worked during the flight, told TikTok that the woman was greeted by guards when the plane landed in Atlanta:
“This woman had such a hairless cat that was wrapped in a blanket to make it look like a baby. Her shirt was up and she was trying to get the cat to latch and she didn’t want to put the cat back in the carrier. And the cat cried for his life. ”
According to Newsweek, the message was sent by a flight attendant; in response, ACARS said the situation should be addressed by the airline’s “Red Coat” team when the plane lands. Delta Airlines requires that all pets remain in their carrier bags and that nursing mothers be allowed to breastfeed their infants during a flight.
Delta fully supports the right of women to breastfeed on Delta and Delta Connection aircraft and at Delta facilities. In addition, breast pumps are allowed on board. At the airport and on request, many airports offer private breastfeeding rooms or areas. Ask a Delta representative if you need help locating one at an airport. “