New Animal Care Facility for JFK!

We have some good news for pet lovers who would like to
travel out of New York with pets, but are apprehensive about their pet’s safety
and well-being!
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey approved plans
to build a new $32 million animal care facility at John F. Kennedy International Airport. This facility will provide veterinary, kenneling,
grooming, and other services for domestic and wild animals. So now when you are
travelling and need your pet to be taken care of before a long flight or during
one, can avail of the services offered at this new facility.
Not just for dogs and cats, the new animal care facility
will have an aviary, quarantine for horses, a veterinary hospital plus a rehab
animal center. But here is the kicker – not only does this project work for
animals, it will also create 190 jobs.
This is a winner all round!

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