New York Airport Will Have World's First Animal Terminal

(Artist's rendering via the AP)

Behold The ARK. New York's Kennedy Airport is building a 4-acre facility on its grounds to house animals which are in the airport temporarily while traveling or for quarantine. When completed, it will have a bone-shaped dog pool, trees for cats, a private mating area for penguins, and stalls for horses. The Guardian describes the wonders of the world's first luxury and full-service airport terminal for animals:

For dog owners, The ARK will offer a 20,000-sqf (1,860-sqm) luxury “resort” run by the company Paradise 4 Paws, complete with bone-shaped splashing pools, massage therapy and “pawdicures with colored nail pawlish.” Dogs can watch flat-screen TVs and their owners can check in on them via webcam.

Cats will have their own trees to climb. And all animals will have access to a 24-hour clinic run by Cornell University’s veterinary college.

Planes can taxi directly to The ARK, which will permit animals to board and exit planes with less hassle and stress than ever before.

-via Scott Lincicome

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