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Her neighbors claim the registered emotional support animals (which were reportedly spotted out of her house), are a safety risk. The woman says the animals help her cope with PTSD, but her city deems monkeys as an "inherently dangerous animal," and a judge will now decide if she can keep her support animals.
The panel notes there is a distinction between an animal that is deemed an emotional support animal and a certified service animal covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Doctors say they would like to see the woman keep her animals, but suggest she take steps to ensure the monkeys get out of her home.
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