If you need cargo shipping than you will need to call Alaska Cargo (800-225-2752) and confirm with them that there is an available flight to your preferred airport from Seattle Tacoma International Airport. Please note you must ONLY call Alaska Cargo, which I provided the number above, and not the regular Alaska Airlines number, as cargo is different. Not all animals can fly on every type of aircraft for cargo, so you must confirm with Alaska Cargo first. Please read very carefully to the requirements for shipping…
I am only available to ship on the take home date listed next to each reservation. No exceptions!
The flight must depart SEA between 7am and 12pm. No exceptions!
You must provide the flight number departing SEA and also the final destination airport.
Weather is a big deal! If your location gets below 45 degrees F or above 85 degrees F during the landing time, you will need to ask them if your airport has temperature restrictions. Some airports do not have temperature restrictions and if not than we can fly. If they do have temperature restrictions and your landing time temperature is outside those parameters, than we cannot ship the cargo option.
During checkout it will ask what flight number and which airport you need shipping to. Please make sure to put which flight number and final destination the rabbit/ rabbits will be shipped to. You do not need to book the flight, you just need to confirm with Alaska Cargo that there is an available flight for your rabbit to be shipped within the parameters listed above. Once the reservation goes through I will take the information you provided and book the flight.
*Cargo shipping is $399 which includes the air fair ticket, airline approved crate, absorbent pad, water + food dish, as well as any necessary documents needed per airports requirements. If you adopt two bunnies in the same reservation than the second one ships for free in the same crate.
In Cabin Shipping
We also offer in cabin personal delivery to your airport of choice which can range between $600-$1,800. If Alaska Cargo does not have cargo flights available to your airport but they do have regular passenger flights, then please reach out to me the morning of reservation day and I can give you a quote on how much a personal deliver would be to your airport. You may also choose this option if you feel more comfortable having your rabbit fly in cabin with someone personally. Please note personal deliveries will not be the same day as the regular pick-up day.
What To Expect Upon Picking Up Your New Rabbit
When you arrive to pick up your bunny, you can open the crate door and pet them slowly on the head to help bring them comfort. It's normal if they are shy at first because they are in a whole new environment and sometimes need time to adjust. Make sure to make them feel secure when picking them up. Depending on how long the flight is, your new companion may have yellow feet from the urine on the absorbent pad. Never bathe your bunnies! If necessary, get a warm wet wash rag and rub their feet clean. Rabbits are self grooming animals much like cats and do not need to take baths.
Our animals are healthy to the best of our knowledge when they leave our home. Once they leave our care and are passed onto the airlines, we are no longer responsible for any damage or fatal occurrences.