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10 Adorable Service Animals (Who Aren't Dogs!)

Mudd Puddles the Miniature Horse

Mudd Puddles (cutest name ever, right?) is a seasoned veteran when it comes to bringing a smile to people’s faces, as he's one of the therapy horses at Little Giants Miniature Therapy Horses. Muddy, as he’s commonly referred to, spends his days visiting special needs children and the elderly, providing them with some much needed creature comfort.

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Prince the Goat

Prince is just about the cutest little goat in existence, but he has a lot more to offer than his looks! His owner suffers from several health issues, including seizures, diabetes, and spinal problems, so Prince’s job is to alert her if her blood sugar drops or if she’s about to have a seizure. He also walks around their farm together to make sure she stays safe and knows how to call for help if her spinal problems cause her to fall.

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Chandler the Hedgehog

This charming, prickly little guy is more than just a pet to his owner. Chandler serves as an emotional support animal for his owner, who suffers from an anxiety disorder. His undivided attention and calm, loving nature gives his owner the emotional support she needs throughout the day, and he is small enough to accompany her wherever she goes!

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Lord Hamilton the Pig

It’s easy to see why this darling little piglet was chosen to be an emotional support animal for the Happily Ever After League (HEAL), an organization that comforts mothers who have been diagnosed with cancer. You can’t help but smile when you’re looking at that face! He loves being the center of attention at HEAL's events, where moms and their family members can cuddle and love on him for as long as they please.

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Lily the Macaw

This beautiful, feathery bird is an invaluable part of his owner’s life because he provides emotional support when his owner is suffering an anxiety attack or bout of depression. He accompanies her wherever she goes and sits on her shoulder as a constant reminder of their love and friendship.

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Jessica the Monkey

Jessica is a certifiably lovable service monkey who was paired with her disabled owner through Helping Hands, an organization that provides monkey helpers for the disabled. Her owner is confined to a wheelchair, so Jessica literally lends her a hand by grabbing things she cannot reach and also providing companionship.

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Draven the Cat

Draven is a 2-year-old rescue cat who spends his days visiting hospitals, schools, and nursing homes to provide emotional support for people of all ages. In addition to brightening the days of everyone he meets, Draven also attends conferences to raise awareness for the benefits of therapy kitties.

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Marmaris Dolphins

Not only are dolphins incredibly smart animals, but they can also be very affectionate. Dolphins at Turkey's Marmaris Dolphin Therapy Center work with people of all ages who suffer from physical and mental disabilities. Those who interact with the dolphins see significant improvement in everything from fine motor skills to communication skills!

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Snicker Doodles the Ferret

Snicker Doodles is a cuddly, fun-sized ferret who puts his adorable face and gentle nature to good use by helping those in need of a little love. He frequently visits nursing homes, churches, and even a hospice camp for kids, and he never fails to bring a smile to all of their faces.

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Flynn the Parrot

Flynn is a beautiful, blue-headed parrot who loves to help those around him maintain emotional stability. One of his favorite things to do is visit college students during finals week, giving them a break from studying and reducing their stress. 

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