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3 Benefits of Living With Cats Backed by Science

The relationship between humans and animals goes back centuries. Over time the basis of relationship has evolved from that of utility to love and care. Today, more than ever, we keep pets for companionship over anything else. Cats and dogs have moved past living outside the house to next to our beds.    Through scientific research and anecdotal evidence associated

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New Rules Allow Airlines to Ban ESA From Flights: Here’s What You Need to Keep in Mind

The US Department of Transportation has issued new guidelines regarding emotional support animals. The guidelines clearly state that as soon as the law takes effect, ESAs will be treated as pets. This also means that the pets will travel in the plane's cargo, for which the airline authorities can charge fees from the pet owner.  On the other hand, the only animals that can

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Pros and Cons of Banning Emotional Support Animals on Airplanes

The United States has been one of the many countries that allowed traveling with a registered Emotional Support Animal. It’s the reason why you may have seen a golden retriever staring at you on a plane while you munch on your snacks.  According to the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the US Department of Transportation (DoT), registered ESAs w

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Beat The Holiday Blues With Your Emotional Support Animal

Soon the holiday season will come to an end. The containers full of Thanksgiving leftovers will finally be empty, the decorative lights will come off and the Christmas trees will get back in storage. Friends and family will return to work and the entire landscape will become dull again. For people who have been in isolation during the holidays, the view out of the window will lack the cheerfulness of the last few w

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US Government Rules Out New Regulations: No More Flying Perks For ESAs

Saturday, December 4, 2020: The US Department of Transportation recently ruled out a new law that prohibits the emotional support animals from flying with their owners charge free.    The United States is one of the many countries that offer special perks to mental health patients with emotional support animals. Apart from housing rights, ESA owners were giv

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4 Tips to Make Your ESA Instagram Famous

  Owning a pet is nothing less than a blessing. Your furry animals will always be there for you whenever you are feeling low. These amazing creatures provide companionship, support, unconditional love, and loyalty. They also provide therapeutic relief, especially for mental and psychological issues. No wonder a lot of people choose to get an ESA letter. Just wat

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Are Felines an Ideal Candidate for Emotional Support Cat Letter?

Emotional support animals have always been a topic of interest for those who suffer from mental ailments. And why shouldn't they be? After all, an ESA helps mental health patients mitigate negative symptoms associated with either depression or anxiety. The only exception, in this case, is that ESAs are not service animals, and as such, do not require specific training.    view More

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ESA and Mental Health: How Are They Connected?

Have you ever been around a fluffy dog or cat? I bet your talking voice suddenly changes to a baby voice at the sight of them. I’m guilty of doing it all the time. You might have also observed that no matter the state of mind you are in, a wagging tail and a purring ball of fur takes you into a different world. At that moment, all you want to do is give it a rub and call it a good boy or girl. Ah! I feel happy ju

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Can a Mental Health Physician Deny an Emotional Support Animal Letter?

When it comes to an emotional support animal, there needs to be a far better explanation to help people recognize how ESA letters work. While emotional support animal letter scams have risen in the past few years, various authorities have started questioning the entities dispensing letters to qualified patients. As a result, patients with genuine needs are put under the radar of intense scrutiny.