New York Subway Bans pets, unless they fit in a bag, do these dogs Qualify?

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A New York City rule which came into place a year ago prohibits travelers from carrying their pets onto the city’s comprehensive subway system – unless their animals can fit into a bag. But pet owners are nothing if not creative, and they have discovered wonderfully innovative approaches to skirt this rule. A tweet by a Twitter client who just passes by the initial “C” has turned into a web sensation with more than 87,000 retweets and 1.3 lakh likes. It indicates subway travelers carrying their pooches along in bags – and the photos will fill your heart with joy.

Here’s a detailed look at all these good dogs accompanying their humans:

Numerous different clients joined the conversation and posted pics of puppies in bags:

We don’t know this qualifies

Haha

We told you these pics would fill your heart with joy

“No individual may bring any animal on or into any conveyance or facility unless enclosed in a container and carried in a way which would not annoy other travelers,” expresses the rule, which, clearly, has not stopped individuals from bringing their dogs aboard trains.

Bonus pic of a reckless young lawbreaker doggy:

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