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How do you say good-bye to an animal that is part of your family?


When you have an animal that has been with you for many years, how do you then 'get rid of the animal' because you have to move and the landlord doesn't allow pets?

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CraftytotheCore says

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    Cheryl Simonds (cherylone) 2 years ago

    Thank you for all the ideas. The Connecticut Humane Society is too far away for us to travel; but we are still looking. Because the cats are older not many people want them. Contact me via my e-mail & put cats in the subject line. Thanks.

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    Cheryl Simonds (cherylone) 2 years ago

    Sadly, we have tried every avenue to find acceptable alternatives, but nothing has come up. I truly wish landlords would take into consideration the fact that most renters treat their animals like their family and allow them for their tenets!


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    Cheryl Simonds (cherylone) 2 years ago

    Have had to put down many, too. They call me the crazy cat lady. Sadly, my mother is dead and sister has 7 herself. No other family interested. Thanks for the idea though.


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    Cheryl Simonds (cherylone) 2 years ago

    Now that, believe it or not, never crossed my mind. Thank you for the idea, I will try that one as soon as I can.

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