|One of the hardest things for cat owners who are looking for rental housing is to find an apartment where they will be permitted to live with their felines. Here are a few tips: 1. Ask your current landlord for reference letters that address your cats’ behavior as well as the standard information such as your rent payment history and good tenantship. 2. Keep your cats’ vet records handy. Showing you’re serious about your cat’s well-being could be a big help. 3. Make sure any behavior issues are addressed. If your cat develops a behavior problem, deal with it before you move to your new home and make any repairs you need to. 4. Keep your cats’ needs in mind as you look for new rental accommodations. Some apartments are not suitable for feline well-being.
Cat expert and animal communicator JaneA Kelley is the webmaster and chief cat slave for Paws and Effect, a weekly cat advice column by cats, for cats and their people.
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April 14th, 2011