56 Year Old Cynthia Anderson Arrested at Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island for Drowning Puppy In Airport Toilet After Not Being Allowed To Board Plane With Animal
SOME TIMES AN EYE FOR AN EYE JUST SEEMS LIKE THE RIGHT PUNISHMENT FOR SOME CRIMES …
56 year old Cynthia Anderson was arrested Friday afternoon at the Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island and charged with animal cruelty. After being denied to board a plane with a 3 week old puppy, as reported at The Smoking Gun, this sick twisted POS went into a nearby bathroom and drowned the puppy. WHO DOES THIS? Why does she even have a puppy that is only three weeks old? How is one’s answer to kill a helpless, innocent puppy? As we say, they walk among us.
After Nebraska airport workers refused to allow her to board a plane with a three-week-old puppy, a woman allegedly went into a nearby bathroom and drowned the animal in a toilet bowl, police allege.
Cynthia Anderson, a 56-year-old Florida resident, was arrested Friday afternoon at the Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island. Anderson, seen at right, was charged with animal cruelty.
According to cops, Anderson first tried to board a plane Thursday with three uncaged puppies, but was turned away by airport personnel. After her parents took two of the dogs, Anderson returned to the airport Friday with the remaining puppy (which she sought to conceal in a carry-on bag).
After she was again denied boarding, Anderson allegedly killed the Doberman puppy. A cop summoned to the airport reported, “On my arrival I learned a 3 week old puppy had been drowned in the toilet after a woman tried 3 times to get it on the plane
Most airlines, both national and international, have a minimum age requirement for puppies to fly. In most cases, puppies need to be at least 8 weeks of age of age before they’re allowed on a plane. Some airlines, like Delta, will not accept puppies under 10 weeks of age. Others, like JetBlue, don’t have a minimum age requirement. However, keep in mind that puppies younger than 8 weeks might have trouble eating or sleeping on their own, without mom around, and might cry and disturb the other passengers during the flight.
Vaccines and Health Requirements:
If you’re planning on taking your puppy abroad, he’s likely to need vaccinations. Rabies vaccines are often given when the puppy reaches 3 or 4 months of age, so you might not be able to travel with a puppy who’s younger than that due to the lack of vaccination. International flights might also require a health certificate, so if your puppy is sick, he might not be allowed to fly.