ATTENTION: Come and collect your long-lost furry friends from Glasgow Bearport!
Glasgow airport is looking to reunite long-lost teddies with their owners and we think it's absolutely necessary and completely adorable.
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Have you ever lost your nearest dearest friend on vacation or travelling between airports?

And when I say dearest friend I mean a beloved furry unicorn or a half meter tall big blue monster, of course.

Well, if you just so happened to have lost your bestest friend, Glasgow airport announced on Thursday 21 September with the headline “Lost Teddies at Glasgow Bearport” that they’ve put out a video of the cutest, furriest, cuddliest lost teddies.

Watch the video below:

A Glasgow airport spokesperson commented:

“We hope the bears have enjoyed spending koala-ty time at the airport, but their owners must really miss them. We hope that somebody will recognise their furry friend and collect them. We’re just softies really, and we’re doing everything we can to make sure more bears don’t get mislaid which is why we’re introducing our new teddy bear tags.”

The new “Take Care of my Bear” tags will be given out at check-in points at the airport for parents to attach the their child’s soft toys with their details.

Any other lost bears can be collected from the airport, sorry, the Bearport’s Luggage Point.

We absolutely love the Glasgow airport initiative and think it is an absolute necessity at all airports. 

We hope that more airports will introduce these tags and give any lost teddies a home until they can be returned to their owners.

Because as we all know, losing a furry friend is completely and utterly, unbearable.

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