Quote of the week:
“Our perfect companions never have fewer than four feet.” — Colette
Fluffy Family Featured Story:
From the ESA Doctors Blog:
Does Health Insurance Cover Emotional Support Animals? What You Need to Know
Getting an emotional support animal can be expensive. You need an ESA letter from a healthcare provider, which means paying for consultations. You also have to factor in the costs of adopting an animal (if you don’t already have a pet), and expenses.
This article will explain why insurance might not cover you and affordable alternatives to get an ESA letter if you have insufficient coverage or are uninsured.
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