The low-cost carrier will accept your pet only on its Boeing aircraft, and in the cargo hold — unless it is serving as a medical aide. On its website, the airline states: “Pet accepted at owner’s risk. The owner will assume all the risks of injury, sickness or death of the pet accepted for carriage.” It accepts dogs, cats and rabbits on domestic flights over three months of age. A maximum of three pets per passenger are allowed and they must be checked in at least three hours before departure at the SpiceJet cargo warehouse. On phoning the cargo office, I was informed that pets can be announced on the same day as your flight, subject to availability. SpiceJet doesn’t carry pets on international flights.