This little gal is Athena, and it’s her very first time on a train. She looks like she could still be a puppy at that size, so lots of things are new experiences. This big, moving house is just one among many.
Look at that stiff upper lip. Combined with the posture Athena has, it looks just like someone who isn’t sure exactly what’s going on but is still trying her hardest to be brave. A little bit of head-scratching is going to make sure things are easy for everybody during this trip.
Hopping Onto the Train
Yes, it seems that even bunny rabbits need to ride the train every once in a while. Why this fuzzy guy or gal would need to travel such a long distance escapes us. It could be for a vet visit or a pet show, who knows?
Maybe he was going to visit his family. We assume that the human sitting next to the rabbit is the rabbit's owner, but there's no confirmation of that fact – maybe the rabbit is just traveling on its own.
Pleased as Punch
Flying isn't fun for many people. Sure, if it's the first time you've stepped onto a plane, you're probably pretty excited to do it, but after a couple of trips, the fun has worn off. It becomes just another small space you're crammed into, in a metal tube that is hurtling miles over the ground, powered by explosions.
This pooch, however, is ready for fun and adventure. It looks like it's about to have the time of its life being so high up. Maybe it's just always that excited. So many new people to meet, so many new smells.
Even Pet Ducks Have to Go Places
We'd love to know why this lady had to bring her pet duck onto the metro with her. There are lots of reasons. Maybe it has an ad shoot to go to, and this is the best way. Maybe it just needs to get out of the house a little bit.
We'd love to know what that thing is on its head because it kind of looks like it's wearing a hat. Maybe it's a support animal; who knows? Ducks wouldn't be our first choice as an emotional support animal, but there are all kinds out there.
And All the Eucalyptus They Can Eat
If you're sitting there scratching your head about why a bunch of koalas might be given first-class treatment on an airline, we're here to fill in the gaps. Well, a bunch of gifted koalas (your guess is as good as ours for what that means) traveled from Brisbane to Singapore for the anniversary of Singapore's independence back in 2015.
The airline that proudly carried them, Qantas, said that they traveled “Koala Class.” Hopefully, it isn't a long flight – we bet these creatures would get antsy.