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Cindy Davis and overtime with two pet -- Sophia and seats -- they are her lifeline prescribed by her doctor as therapy animals they helped me get out of that every day.
They help me get in the car every day.
As -- -- that pigs there with me I feel like I can though it.
Cindy says before she got the page she was afraid to leave the house she says her mother committed suicide many years ago.
Two years ago tragedy struck again.
My son committed suicide six months later my best friend died in the house fire.
And to us after that my brother committed suicide.
I've dealt with severe depression my whole life but.
Especially after my son -- -- Cindy has other pets but she says that kids understand her illness helped her cope.
Sophia and there weren't actually.
Starting to get me out of bed she would bring the -- to me.
-- she knows when I get service are having anxiety attacks -- actually push me -- and make you sit down.
They have actually made me who live a little bit like a normal life again but.
Now she's facing -- once again she says and neighbor's complaint led to a court battle over her precious pets with a local judge ruling she isn't allowed to house farm animals.
She's already paid hundreds of dollars in fines.
And appealed her case several times she says her doctor even testified on her behalf.
I'm really distraught weren't thinking I think not -- outside and and take them away from me.
Cindy says she's not sure what to do next but she wants to fight because -- can't imagine.
Not having -- and -- -- by her side.
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