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I was diagnosed with depression a year or so ago. In June, I moved into an apartment with a no-pet policy. I've always had cats, so it was a hard adjustment for me and I've felt like it's had an affect on my depression. I talked to my doctor and she said she can write me a letter to the landlords that states she recommends I have a "companion pet." I've learned a little about the ADA lately in college, so I'm thinking this might fit into there, but can they deny my request to be allowed to have a cat here if my doctor is recommending it? If they do allow it, can they try to charge me a deposit? I paid a basic security deposit when I moved in of $250, so I can't imagine it would be any higher than that if they do charge one. I just want to have all my facts straight before talking to them.