Quote of the week:
“Animals don’t lie. Animals don’t criticize. If animals have moody days, they handle them better than humans do.” ― Betty White
Fluffy Family Featured Story:
From the ESA Doctors Blog:
What To Do With Your Esa Letter After You Get It
Once you receive your ESA letter, your pet — or future pet — has officially qualified as an emotional support animal. As an ESA owner, you have special rights for housing — including the ability to live in no-pets buildings without any charge and exemption from animal restrictions, like weight and size.
All of this is possible because you now have an ESA letter proving that you are in need of an ESA. But what do you do now? Who is entitled to see it? How do you send it to your landlord? We’ll address those questions in this post.
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