A veteran’s rescue doggo could be deported back to where it came from. This is because there was a mistaken in the paperwork.
– A dog is being held at the JFK airport.
– The dog was adopted by a military veteran.
– The dog was from Jordan and the CDC said there was a minor error in the paperwork so they want to deport…
The doggo is being held at the JFK airport because officials said there was a minor paperwork mistake. The dog came from Paws of War, a nonprofit organization that places rescue doggos from overseas with military veterans in the United States. The doggo is from Jordan and is named Harley. Paws of War said they are willing to provide the correct document and are asking authorities to make an exception for Harley.
The adopter, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. A.J. Kirrish met the doggo while he was in the Middle East. When the dog arrived in the United States, it was denied entry by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is unclear what the minor paperwork mistake is but many are rallying behind the doggo and Kirrish. Reps. Kathleen Rice, Peter King, Gregory Meeks said in a press release via an open letter that the veteran and his wife are waiting anxiously to secure the dog’s future in their home.
If the dog will be brought back to the Middle East, the dog is expected to be treated badly or even euthanized. This is because the dog is known to have been adopted by an American soldier.
Read the sad scoop by Benjamin VanHoose at – https://people.com/pets/