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A pig for therapy at the San Francisco Airport
It's part of a project to reduce passenger stress - VIDEO
For the first time in the world a pig is used for airport therapy and is located at San Francisco Airport. "LiLou", this is its name, is part of the "Wag Brigade" project, a "pet therapy" program that involves animals to cheer passengers up and alleviate their travel anxieties. The pig dressed in a pilot's cap entertains departing passengers with a melody on its toy piano."People are very happy to...
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency