Urgent: search for escorts to accompany dogs in mainland France


The SXM Animal Collective needs you as an escort: four coconut dogs, Pato, Ti Sauc', Layla and Bella, are waiting to be reunited with their foster or adoption family in mainland France, they must leave by the end of this month of September.

The association therefore launches a strong appeal to all travelers taking the plane from Saint-Martin to Paris with Air Caraïbes, departing from Grand-Case. Three dogs rescued on the territory are expected in mainland France by a foster family or their adoptive family. If they do not reach the other continent, their place will be taken by another animal. As a reminder, everything is taken care of by the SXM Animal Collective, whether it be travel costs and administrative procedures. The dog is brought to the airport by the association, in its cage, with all the necessary documents for the trip. You check in with him and the representative of the association who will guide you if necessary. Once the animal is registered, you resume your travel habits. When you arrive in Paris, you pick up the cage with the hairball at the terminal and a contact person will be waiting for you at the exit to take care of it in order to take it to its foster or adoption family. The association is therefore looking for people who travel with Air Caraïbes from Grand-Case airport for the rest of September, or even the very beginning of October. The urgency is particularly important for Bella, a dog who must leave on September 28, exceptionally for this fourth case, if you are traveling with Air Caraïbes or Air France from Grand-Case or Juliana to Paris that day. , contact the Collective via their Facebook page (see info). Being an escort is a unique experience that puts you directly in the chain of solidarity, it doesn't change much to your trip on a practical side but it will save the lives of Bella, Pato, Ti Sauc' and Layla, and you won't won't forget it. Thanks for them. _VX

Facebook: SXM Animal Collective


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