Posted by Gillian Spence on Sep 1st 2016
At the airport priority is given to guaranteed methods of shipping (FedEx 2nd & Next Day) while USPS will be given last priority. On a Monday or Tuesday following a long holiday weekend the airport will be full of shipments from purchases made over the last three days. USPS shipments can take 7 to 10 days to arrive as they are set aside (usually in another room or even just outside on the tarmac) until the guaranteed shipments are cleared out.
We don't want your feeders to be put aside and so we disable USPS to limit the time your package will be en route to you.
USPS will be visible again after the holiday.
It is so important to us that your feeders reach you in a timely manner safe, alive, and healthy ready for you to feed your loved animals. We appreciate your kind understanding and patience.
Thank you so much!!
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