A Pet’s Passport To The UAE
In Blog Form, that is. Not a lot of (updated) helpful posts on this, so I figured I should share our experience when we exported Gringo, our 13 year old Kittywitty from Jeddah, K.S.A., to Dubai, U.A.E.! A lot of Animals are left behind when Expatriates move countries or go back home, and it’s really unfair for the fur babies to suffer this way (can you even imagine their heartbreak, not seeing your face and hearing your voice everyday?). If you’re going to adopt a Pet (buying should not be an option anymore, no to Mills), please consider that it is a lifetime commitment. There are so many animals in the shelter waiting to be adopted and most of the ads say it’s because their Family is moving and they could not take their pets with them. I’m sure some have very valid reasons, but if you’re not even putting an effort into trying to take them with you, then I’ll be ringing the shame bell as you walk the airport halls, heading to your flight.