Frontier Airlines has announced they’re offering free vouchers in exchange for the adoption of a kitten. One of three very special kittens, to be exact. Their names are Delta, Spirit and, of course, Frontier. The announcement was made on Frontier’s Twitter page. This is so sweet! Thank you for the honor, @animalfndlv! We’d love to donate two flight vouchers each to the people who adopt @Delta and @Spirit; and four vouchers to the person who adopts Frontier.”
This is so sweet! Thank you for the honor, @animalfndlv! We'd love to donate two flight vouchers each to the people who adopt @Delta and @Spirit; and four vouchers to the person who adopts Frontier. 💚🐱 @FOX5Vegas pic.twitter.com/kbmud6RcZt— Frontier Airlines (@FlyFrontier) December 28, 2022
According to Fox5Vegas, A spokesperson for Frontier Airlines said the flight vouchers are valued at $250 each, for a total of $500 worth of flights for the pet parents of Delta or Spirit. The person who adopts the kitten named Frontier will get four of these vouchers, for a total of $1000 worth of flight. The vouchers will be good through the end of the 2023 year.
The kitten adoption incentive is not the first time Frontier Airlines has made a public commitment to the welfare of animals. Through their “Plane Tails” program, the airline has decorated each of their airplanes with an animal on their tail. Many of the chosen animals being those that are endangered or otherwise threatened. Even though each kitten is named after a different airline, only Frontier Airlines is participating in this promotion.
Kelsey Pizzi, communications manager at the Animal Foundation, gave a statement to CNN. “It’s unusual to have a litter of kittens in the shelter this time of year, so when we had these three itty bitty fluff balls arrive at The Animal Foundation, we knew we had to give them special names.” (Fox5Vegas).
The kittens aren’t ready for adoption just yet. They were brought in late December after having been found in North Las Vegas. They’re with a foster family until they get to be old enough to adopt. If you are interested in adoption a kitten, you can begin the process on the Animal Foundation website, here.