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Fly the Sea Kitten-Friendly Skies!

Written by PETA | July 21, 2010

It’s no secret that the airline industry has been struggling to make ends meet—even the perennially profitable Hawaiian Airlines has hit some market turbulence lately. So PETA has reached out to Hawaiian with a win-win proposition: Make Hawaiian Airlines the official airline of sea kittens.

 

It’s a silly suggestion, but it could work for fish and fliers.
Sea Kitten Airlines

 

Hawaii is known for its “aloha spirit.” What better way to extend love, compassion, and mercy than by standing with these smart, fascinating, and most misunderstood animals? If Hawaiian accepts our offer, the airline would be working to help change the public’s perception of fish by giving these vastly underappreciated animals a new name and a new image that reflects their interesting personalities and remarkable intelligence. And PETA would promote Hawaiian to our friends (that would be you guys) as the airline of choice for sea kitten–friendly travelers.

In the meantime, if you want to wrap something (including yourself) in a pro–sea kitten message, check this out.

Written by Jeff Mackey

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  • Kalama Halamezad says:

    You might have better luck getting the approval of an airline based somewhere landlocked where most people only encounter stillscaled fish in pet stores as opposed to an island that consumes a disproportionately large number of freshcaught fish.

  • Ralph says:

    Watch them say no and it wouldn’t surprise me.

  • Carrie says:

    Cute! I’d ride in that airplane! Showing my compassion at 30000 feet! Or is that 30000 fins?

  • Rita says:

    Great idea. The name is definitely silly but I think it’s time that people start thinking more about fish. I don’t think the understand the consequences of overfishing dumping trash or let’s not forget the disaster du jour that gigantic oil spill. Way to go PETA.

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