An emotional support rabbit has attracted plenty of attention after living the life of luxury in first class on an 11-hour United Airlines flight from San Fransisco to Japan.
Coco the bunny is living her best life and got to experience what most of us can only dream of, thanks to her owner Takako Ogawa.
And she did it all while wearing the cutest little bow tie.
The eight-year-old rabbit had her own seat and cushion on the plane to snuggle up on and the cabin crew was so smitten with the fluffy little pet that they even swapped duties so they could take it in turns to go and meet her.
This wasn’t Coco’s first flight either, having travelled from Japan to California three years previously, when her owner first moved.
Back then, Takako, 32, had to keep her in the hold while travelling, but now she worried she was too old to be safe back there.
So she decided to register the bunny as an emotional support animal.
The CEO paid $100 (around £76) to get her pet this status and then she was allowed to come into the cabin with her in a carry case.
However, when the plane took off, Takako discovered the seat next to her was unoccupied and the flight attendants gave her permission to let Coco loose.
She did so, but was a little concerned about the toilet situation and whether she would start hopping off around the rest of the plane.
But in the end, there was nothing to worry about, as Coco was good as gold.
Speaking about the experience, Coco’s owner said: “This is one of my favorite flights I’ve ever had. There’s nothing like being able to take your bunny on the plane.
“Coco seemed very happy in the cabin. She was very curious and was hopping around.