When Rebellion Meets Creativity: The Response to the NYC Subway Dog Ban

In October 2016, the New York City transit authority changed the rules about bringing dogs on the subway. Aside from service dogs, a dog must be able to fit into a bag or carrier in order to ride the subway. When the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) laid down this rule, they must have figured that it would reduce the number of large dogs on the subway. But think again, MTA. You’re only pushing people to get creative. And creative they got…

From the Subway to the Mountains

The rule called for a bag or carrier, and there were no other details. So this backpack surely qualifies and abides by the rules. Plus, it looks like it’s even quite comfortable for the dog as well as his owner. I’m going to guess that these two best buds are going on a hike. Or, you know, this backpack was the only bag he had that Murray fit into. (I’m only guessing his name is Murray. He totally looks like Murray).

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