Quote of the week:
“Animals are such agreeable friends—they ask no questions; they pass no criticisms.” –George Eliot
Fluffy Family Featured Story:
From the ESA Doctors Blog:
Do I have to disclose my ESA when filling out a lease if the property is “no pets”?
Technically: No, it’s not essential.
But: It’s still probably a better idea to disclose.
Renters with emotional support animals (ESA) often face a quandary when signing a new lease, especially if they are moving to a no-pets building. Even though ESA owners are protected against discrimination under housing laws, they worry they will be denied because of their animal.
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