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March 08, 2016


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Jill Arnel

This is progress! Recently there have been some important federal cases that went the way of public colleges and universities allowing emotional support animals in their housing. (U.S vs University of Nebraska-Kearney). Now people with disabilities, at least, will be able to bring support animals to school with them.

Thanks for your post!

LeeAnna Paylor

I love love love this. Thank you for spreading the word. When I worked with emotional kids I took my lab in sometimes, and they talked to her easier than to me. They softened their protective shells around her, let down their guards a bit. LeeAnna

Ellen Pilch

That is great, I wish all colleges could do that. My niece and her roomie adopted a cat in college and they
couldn't keep him there so he lived with us until she had her own place.

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