During the week we rescued a kitten from the local park,
We have had it vet checked etc and vaccinated, and she has really become part of the family already...
We are renting atm, and have another cat with permission from the landlord... what do you think our chances are of keeping this little one we have found?
Please note that we have advertised her for over week and no-one has claimed her.
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07-12-2012 22:35 #1
07-12-2012 22:40 #2
Re: Rescue Kitten
It will depend on the landlord, they must not have too big a problem with cats or they wouldn't have allowed the first one, but they could start to worry about when the request is going to come through for the 3rd cat - in other words where do they draw the line?
Put in the request and see what happens, but be prepared to have to give it up.
I hope you get to keep it, kittens are lovely!
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07-12-2012 22:43 #3
I dont say I have cats....I just take the cats, litter tray etc. to a friends on inspection day
07-12-2012 22:51 #4
Fingers crossed! Sounds hopeful though.
07-12-2012 22:55 #5
she is beautiful! and so friendly! she has a follow up at the vet tomorrow to get the paper work so can show the landlord if we need to... we are hopeful... we probably wont be staying in this house when our lease is up in july as the landlord is intending to sell...
07-12-2012 23:15 #6
Just ask the landlord
08-12-2012 07:05 #7
Re: Rescue Kitten
I'm with london on this one... Just hide the evidence on inspection day. It will save the hassel of asking and potentially being rejected.
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08-12-2012 07:42 #8
We hid 2 dogs for a year when we rented, I didn't want to risk them not approving it. I would've moved if they did but didn't want the hassle. I think people probably do it all the time (not that's its right, but a lot of places won't approve pets)
08-12-2012 11:44 #9
Id be soo heartbroken if I got attached to a pet and then got told I had to get rid of it by the landlord
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08-12-2012 11:53 #10
Op do what you think is right, and if you do let them no I hope they let you keep her. It's not often you get lovely people like you rescuing animals and taking them to the vet paying for needles and then advertising a found kitten! Ild give you a hug if I could
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