With Emotional-Support Animals on the Rise, How Are Colleges Responding?

With Emotional-Support Animals on the Rise, How Are Colleges Responding?

Jessica Scull had just been accepted to Columbia University as a transfer student when she met the companion who would become a crucial source of strength in her life: a gray and white cat named Smokey.

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