For those who are believers in pampering your pets, your animals will soon get the same five star treatment they receive at home while traveling. New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport will soon implement the world’s first air terminal for animals, The ARK, set to open next year. The $48 million project, to be constructed in an unused airport cargo terminal, will be customized to pamper nearly every animal on the globe from horses to sloths. While in transit animals will be housed or quarantined in stalls, pens, and even swimming pools until their departure. Cliff Bollman, leading airport architect for the project, says the ARK will minimize the amount of stress travel can have on any animal; a comforting thought for those pet owners sitting elbow to elbow in coach.