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    Emotional support cats and dogs are not the only animals that make to the list of emotional support animals. There are some unusual animals that are registered in the ESA list. The owners of these animals have reported equal benefits of these animals as that of a cat or a dog.

    Just like you need an Esa letter to live with your dog, you will need a valid ESA letter to live with your unusual animal also. Following is our list of some of the most unusual animals on the ESA list.
    Miniature Horses
    Reptiles; snakes, lizards and alligators
    Goats
    Donkeys
    Kangaroos
    Bearded Dragons
    Pigs
    Marmosets
    Peacocks
    Squirrels
    Ducks
    Chicken and Rooster
    Ducks
    Parrots and Pigeons
    Goldfish
    Spiders
    Hedgehogs
    Hamsters
    Rates
    Ferrets

    All of these animals are very unusual and something that does not come to our minds when we think of an ESA. However, people have different choices and these animals are proof of it.

    Having an emotional support animal offers a lot of benefits. Where people are afraid to build relationships with other humans or going through some trauma, these ESAs helps them in overcoming all of these.

    Besides an ESA, generally, having a pet has a number of physical and mental benefits. All of these animals are very unusual and unlikely choices for an ESA but, if they do provide the needed support to their owners.

    Having an ESA letter helps the potential owners in living and travelling with their animals with ease and without paying any extra charges. However, when working on obtaining the letter, make sure that you consult a licensed mental health practitioner and see a sample emotional support letter beforehand. Besides, do a complete research about the things that need to be added into the letter so that you will know how to spot a fake letter from genuine.

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    An amazing variety of creatures make good therapy animals: dogs, cats, “pocket pets” like ferrets, birds, and reptiles are therapeutic for children who struggle with any disability: physical, behavioral, and developmental. Pets have evolved to become acutely attuned to humans and our behavior and emotions. And like any good human friend, a loyal dog will look into your eyes to gauge your emotional state and try to understand what you’re thinking and feeling. In recent years, there has been growing practice of ESAs, who tend to be specifically used to provide support for anxiety, depression, and other psychiatric conditions. Things that make emotional support dogs excellent cohabitants include- wagtail, hugging, and licking. And the things that make them super sleep partners’ are- snuggling, guarding, and rhythmic breathing. A pet will always give you love and you will feel better and also can enjoy life more. This is the main reason that now people are getting curious to buy emotional support animals such as cats and dogs.

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    • #3
      I don't have anything wise to add. Just wanted to say that I also felt really emotionally connected to the characters, so much so that Chloe inspired me to dye my hair blue.







      Last edited by winkybill; 09-05-2020, 02:08 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ryan_Harvey View Post
        Emotional support cats and dogs are not the only animals that make to the list of emotional support animals. There are some unusual animals that are registered in the ESA list. The owners of these animals have reported equal benefits of these animals as that of a cat or a dog.

        Just like you need an Esa letter to live with your dog, you will need a valid ESA letter to live with your unusual animal also. Following is our list of some of the most unusual animals on the ESA list.
        Miniature Horses
        Reptiles; snakes, lizards and alligators
        Goats
        Donkeys
        Kangaroos
        Bearded Dragons
        Pigs
        Marmosets
        Peacocks
        Squirrels
        Ducks
        Chicken and Rooster
        Ducks
        Parrots and Pigeons
        Goldfish
        Spiders
        Hedgehogs
        Hamsters
        Rates
        Ferrets

        All of these animals are very unusual and something that does not come to our minds when we think of an ESA. However, people have different choices and these animals are proof of it.

        Having an emotional support animal offers a lot of benefits. Where people are afraid to build relationships with other humans or going through some trauma, these ESAs helps them in overcoming all of these.

        Besides an ESA, generally, having a pet has a number of physical and mental benefits. All of these animals are very unusual and unlikely choices for an ESA but, if they do provide the needed support to their owners.

        Having an ESA letter helps the potential owners in living and travelling with their animals with ease and without paying any extra charges. However, when working on obtaining the letter, make sure that you consult a licensed mental health practitioner and see a sample emotional support letter beforehand. Besides, do a complete research about the things that need to be added into the letter so that you will know how to spot a fake letter from genuine.
        With all due respect to Ryan_Harvey, there is no published list of different ESA animals. As a result of an amendment to the Department of Transportation's Airline Carrier Access Act, airlines have the right to limit the species of animals that they are accepting as ESAs - and they are. Dogs are always accepted, but other animals including cats, have been limited from ESA protections with commercial airlines, both US- and internationally-based airlines.

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