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Support animals are vital to so many people, but is an emotional support squirrel going too far?
Residents at a condo community in Florida are up in arms over a tenant's pet squirrel. He claims the little animal is helping him deal with his PTSD and anxiety.
The other residents are reportedly attempting to kick him out of the community as they feel the squirrel is a wild animal and is a possible risk.
The Doctors note that an emotional support animal is different than a formal service animal like a service dog, which is protected under the law.
Would you mind if your neighbor had an unconventional emotional support animal like a squirrel?