You know I want one.
While some folks get memos at work like this; at the pt job, we’ve been getting memos on “service monkeys”. The gist of the WORD is “NO monkeys in the house, AND if a situation ensues, call security.”
And if you travel with your monkey: From the TSA web-site:
- Since service monkeys may likely draw attention, the handler will be escorted to the physical inspection area where a table is available for the monkey to sit on. Only the handler will touch or interact with the service monkey.
- Security Officers have been trained to not touch the service monkey during the screening process.
Earlier coverage of emotional service animals: May 14, 2006 (airlines grapple with demands to seat large dogs and emotional-support goats)
[…] Two topics of recent interest on the site — cremation and service monkeys — together in one post [The Urn Garden] […]
[…] ticking time bomb, and keeping him in the house and trying to domesticate him was a really, really bad idea,” Truitt said. “He wasn’t going to put up with it […]