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Rabbits As Emotional Support Animals

Rabbits As Emotional Support Animals
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A dog is usually the most common pet and emotional support animal. If you are not a dog person, you must have a cat as a pet or ESA.

Well, in my case, I didn’t want either a dog or a cat as my emotional support animal.

Yes, they are loving companions but for me they are a little high maintenance. Dogs with their running schedule and cats with their grumpy attitude.

That is why I choose a rabbit as my emotional support animal and it proved to be a perfect support for me.

To acquire a an emotional support animal you must have a legit ESA letter but for that you need to go through a sample ESA letter. This will help you understand that how an ESA letter must be written.

With a bunny, you will not have to worry about the unnecessary barking of your dog keeping the neighbours wide awake. Rabbits are really shy and quiet animals. With their peaceful nature, bunnies are well suited to be kept as a pet in an apartment.

Their little squeaks are adorable to keep you at peace.

Rabbits have a longer life span as compared to other small creatures. On average, rabbits love around 10+ years. This enables you to develop a strong bond with these little balls of fur.

If you need an animal to stay with you for a longer period, the best choice is a rabbit. These cuddly creatures will accompany you by helping you deal with your stress and depression.

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