5 Cat Breeds that Make the Best ESA Animals

Posted by Robert Fabbiano on December 3rd, 2019

Often regarded as arrogant and entitled, just like dogs, cats make great emotional support animals. Some of the distinct benefits of having a cat as your ESA includes the ease of accommodation and as compared to dogs, they do not need much attention.

To live and travel with you beloved cat, you will need to have a genuine emotional support animal letter that you can either get from your therapist or a legal online source. However, if you are still looking for a perfect cat breed as your ESA then we have some great choices down below.

1. American Shorthair

Referred as a true American cat breed, the American Shorthair is one of the most famous ESA cats and a family favorite too. These cats have mild temperament, gentle manners and they are very intelligent also. Perfect for families with kids.

2. Siamese

Siamese cats are the ‘dogs of the cat world’ as, like dogs, they need to have regular walks and outdoor activities to stay active. These cats are very active, playful, affectionate and loyal to its owner. It could also be quite demanding as they have lots of love to give and expect the same in return.

3. Maine Coon

Maine Coons are the gentle giants of the cat world. They are large in size and are becoming a favorite in areas that have relatively cold temperature. They are quite intelligent, could be trained easily and very active. They are family cats and get along very well with kids, other pets and family members.

4. Ragdolls

Ragdolls are also one of the gentle giants of the cat family. Though they are large in size, they are extremely affectionate, friendly and gentle mannered. They love to give love and express it by following the family and kids around the house and sitting in their feet.

5. Persian

Probably the most favorite cat breed out there, a Persian cat is furry, gentle and very expressive when it comes to showing love and care to its owners. These cats are quite unique and due to its heavy furry coat, they require some grooming.

Having a cat in the house and that also as an ESA is probably the best decision that you would make for yourself. These balls of fur are lovely and love to give comfort and care.

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