In all airports, passengers’ luggage is always checked by customs officers, and this helps avoid many unpleasant situations.
When this family was at the airport in Jordan, the officers approached them and noticed something unusual: something was moving in the girl’s bag.
The little girl and her family had come to Jordan for a vacation and were now heading back to Bavaria.
When the officers opened the bag, they discovered a soft little animal inside.
The staff was astonished to find a kitten that was about three months old.
This led to a fine since it was considered a violation of regulations.
The family had to leave the cat in Jordan. Then, a veterinarian examined it, and the kitten was placed in a shelter in Memmingen for a few days of quarantine.
Only after receiving some vaccinations could the cat be returned to the family.
In addition to the fine, the owner had to pay for all the services during the quarantine before being allowed to bring the cat home.
The girl was very sad, and it was difficult for her to say goodbye to her beloved pet.
Her family promised to bring the kitten back to her soon.
Fortunately, after a few days, the cat was returned to this family.
It was a celebration for the five-year-old child because she had already lost hope of embracing her favorite pet again.