Doctors and professionals often prescribe or suggest patients getting emotional support animals that will help them overcome their mental issues or disabilities. These animals may be guide dogs that help a blind person get around or therapy dogs that help adults regulate their emotions.
While most people imagine dogs as the typical therapy or emotional support animals, it actually ranges from equestrian species like ponies and horses to sheep and rodents. On rare occasions, you will see people bonding well with even birds like peacocks and pigs. That’s totally fine – whatever works for you, right?
That is until you see these people bringing their ’emotional support’ animals on board a flight. And when you look to your left, you see a wallabee (small, grey kangaroo) staring back at you. For some people, they can’t stand them and may have hygienic issues they want to be immediately addressed on.
Scroll below for some people who may have gone too far in being with their emotional support animals on flight. Green Lemon has compiled some of the most controversial.