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(Mother Nature Network)   Cool: Landlady only rents her apartment to people who own pets. Sappy: After a tenant's pet dies, the landlady personally takes him or her to the local pet shelter to get a replacement. Weird: If they're not ready for a replacement they get evicted   (mnn.com) divider line 50
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2014-02-26 10:01:31 AM
This is what happens when Crazy Cat Lady owns a rental property.
 
2014-02-26 10:02:56 AM
Lots of places have a "no pets" clause. Why not a "pets" clause?
 
2014-02-26 10:05:32 AM
Maybe it's just to prevent those assholes who move into pet friendly apartments and then complain incessantly about animals making noise. They're dogs. They're going to bark occasionally.
 
2014-02-26 10:07:42 AM
I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.
 
2014-02-26 10:07:56 AM
The parasites must proliferate.

www.disneypictures.net
 
2014-02-26 10:08:53 AM
That's easy.
She's a witch and needs the familiars in the apartments to spy on the tenants.
 
2014-02-26 10:12:23 AM

Resident Muslim: That's easy.
She's a witch and needs the familiars in the apartments to spy on the tenants.


Or possibly she has a goblin infestation and needs cats to prevent people's souls being taken in their sleep.
 
2014-02-26 10:17:43 AM
I'd stay away from her...sounds like someone with control/abuse issues.
 
2014-02-26 10:21:44 AM

Fano: Resident Muslim: That's easy.
She's a witch and needs the familiars in the apartments to spy on the tenants.

Or possibly she has a goblin infestation and needs cats to prevent people's souls being taken in their sleep.


Or she is a goblin and needs the dogs to keep the cats away.
 
2014-02-26 10:23:23 AM
www.pet-animalpreservation.com

Just have the deceased freeze dried. "Shuuuush! Mr. CurtainShredders is sleeping. Awww! He's probably dreaming about waking me up at 3 am."

The wife has plans to have me freeze dried and left at work. She hopes to get a few more paychecks out of the company.
 
2014-02-26 10:24:13 AM

mayIFark: This is what happens when Crazy Cat Lady owns a rental property.


Or in this case, Crazy Cat Lady Lady.
 
2014-02-26 10:24:56 AM

Resident Muslim: That's easy.
She's a witch and needs the familiars in the apartments to spy on the tenants.


1.bp.blogspot.com

Pyewacket concurs.
 
2014-02-26 10:29:41 AM
I'm not saying she's an alien, but...


2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-02-26 10:32:38 AM
...or, you know, you could just find a normal apartment that accepts pets where the landlady isn't batshiat crazy and up in your business all the time.
 
2014-02-26 10:32:38 AM

octopied: I'd stay away from her...sounds like someone with control/abuse issues.


I've never meet a landlord who didn't have control/abuse issues.
 
2014-02-26 10:33:10 AM
Weirdo animal crazies.
 
2014-02-26 10:33:45 AM
According to TFA, most of her tenants have been there for 10+ years.  I know landlords who wish they could have turnover that low.

She's basically found a way to market her property very well to a niche market of renters.  Even most places that are "pet-friendly" only do it begrudgingly (i.e. large deposits, etc).

\ CSB: I'm not a pet-owner but I had a roommate who had a cat.  We agreed beforehand he'd be responsible for anything blamed on the cat, even if it was BS.  We never got charged for anything but it's not like the landlord didn't try.  The carpet was 20+ years old and coming up at the seams and had an imprint of a hot iron that a previous tenant had accidentally burned in.  They tried to claim the cat for the carpet damage (well except the iron marks).  Luckily, we had pictures from move-in.
\\ The landlord was a total slumlord.  It took 6 months to get our security deposit back
\\\ The places you're willing to live in college
 
2014-02-26 10:33:50 AM
What a pets only living room may look like...

blog.pawshpal.com
 
2014-02-26 10:36:38 AM
In lieu of a security deposit, Guth has carpeting installed in recently vacated units and tacks on $100 per month to the rent

Under the law, a landlord MUST replace carpeting when a new tenant moves in. Therefore, they can't charge you for new carpeting.

Sounds to me like Grandma is breaking a few laws but because she's elderly and loves animals, no one wants to do anything about it.
 
2014-02-26 10:36:52 AM
I hope the floors are sturdy..

i.telegraph.co.uk
 
2014-02-26 10:49:30 AM

waltpeter: In lieu of a security deposit, Guth has carpeting installed in recently vacated units and tacks on $100 per month to the rent

Under the law, a landlord MUST replace carpeting when a new tenant moves in. Therefore, they can't charge you for new carpeting.

Sounds to me like Grandma is breaking a few laws but because she's elderly and loves animals, no one wants to do anything about it.


Which law? In Texas, "normal wear" is 3 years or more in the same place. Otherwise, they only have to clean the carpet, and can charge you if they have to replace it. They'll try to charge you even after 3 years, of course. At least, that's been my experience.
 
2014-02-26 10:53:14 AM

blatz514: What a pets only living room may look like...

[blog.pawshpal.com image 428x320]


***hork***
 
2014-02-26 10:55:03 AM
There are some not-so-bright people in this thread.  If you don't like the sound of it/don't like animals/fear 'controlling' landlords, then for God's sake  don't live there.  Problem solved.
 
2014-02-26 10:55:51 AM

Cold_Sassy: There are some not-so-bright people in this thread.  If you don't like the sound of it/don't like animals/fear 'controlling' landlords, then for God's sake  don't live there.  Problem solved.


We already don't live there. Problem was already solved.
 
2014-02-26 11:00:28 AM

Cold_Sassy: There are some not-so-bright people in this thread.  If you don't like the sound of it/don't like animals/fear 'controlling' landlords, then for God's sake  don't live there.  Problem solved.


You're cute. Comin' in here expecting logic and reason, and whatnot...
 
2014-02-26 11:01:40 AM

Carn: I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.


Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.   I understand some people are assholes and let their animals mess up apartments, but that's what security deposits are for. In my current place, I put an extra $500 down so I could bring my cats.  In the one I am moving to (which appears to have the coolest landlord ever) he wasn't at all worried about the cats. But I had to pass up 10 apartments for every 1 that would accept my cats.  Frustrating. They're just cats, not lions.
 
2014-02-26 11:02:26 AM

Resident Muslim: That's easy.
She's a witch and needs the familiars in the apartments to spy on the tenants.


They'd be the tenant's familiars, though, not the witch's.
 
2014-02-26 11:17:29 AM

balki1867: According to TFA, most of her tenants have been there for 10+ years.  I know landlords who wish they could have turnover that low.

She's basically found a way to market her property very well to a niche market of renters.  Even most places that are "pet-friendly" only do it begrudgingly (i.e. large deposits, etc).

\ CSB: I'm not a pet-owner but I had a roommate who had a cat.  We agreed beforehand he'd be responsible for anything blamed on the cat, even if it was BS.  We never got charged for anything but it's not like the landlord didn't try.  The carpet was 20+ years old and coming up at the seams and had an imprint of a hot iron that a previous tenant had accidentally burned in.  They tried to claim the cat for the carpet damage (well except the iron marks).  Luckily, we had pictures from move-in.
\\ The landlord was a total slumlord.  It took 6 months to get our security deposit back
\\\ The places you're willing to live in college


Another college CSS...
Found a basement apartment...which is what I wanted...cheaper, cooler in summer, warmer in winter, utilities usually included and you don't get bothered by the various door-to-door folks. Asked the real estate guy about pets..."Strictly no pets!".
Directly upon that, a Critter Of The Baskervilles-esque "mmmMMEEEEEYYOOOOOOWWWLLL" came echoing down the 3 flights of the stairway.
Dude looked away and said "I'll pretend I didn't hear that" and nothing more was ever said. Turns out that counting my 2 ninjas, there were seven cats living in that particular building...

/CSS
 
2014-02-26 11:18:47 AM
Actually, I have almost this exact policy in place for my renters. They are asked to please own at least one cat if reasonably convenient, and in the event either of their two cats should pass away, they are advised to please consider the local SPCA for a replacement as soon as emotionally feasible. Their golden retriever was also welcome. I just asked for a reference from their veterinarian, as any sensible landlord would.

And while I AM a crazy cat lady (says so on my business card and everything,) there's another, perfectly practical reason for doing this. The property is within 400 feet of a neighbor's code-grandfathered historical hobby farm, and when we bought the house (our first home, young kids, rookie mistake, etc.,) we had to replace ALL of the wiring because rodents had gnawed off the insulation. It was a nightmare. We spent almost three weeks in that place with no power or Internet until we got it all fixed and up-to-code.

Then, of course, we moved our own five cats in and never had a problem. So the presence of at least one cat is just an insurance policy against the rodentpalooza that happens every time neighbor harvests his wheat field. We did WARN the tenants of this, and apart from some unpleasantness with their shoes last time, it apparently works out okay for them and their two very happy cats.

That, and people try harder to stay on the good side of a landlord who lets them keep their pets. We got a text message with pictures explaining that the blower motor for the heat pump had quit and could we please send a replacement part with the attached specs? Amazon had it there overnight and when we told tenant to debit the cost of his time fixing it from the rent, he declined to do so, saying it was an easy job. We let them paint the house however they liked, sealing the hardwood floors before they arrived was trivially easy, and apart from a moment's hidden panic when their children adopted some gerbils (who, it turns out, have no interest in Romex wiring, I tried to tempt them with a piece and they just weren't having it,) it's been pretty great.
 
2014-02-26 11:20:43 AM

serpent_sky: Carn: I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.

Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.   I understand some people are assholes and let their animals mess up apartments, but that's what security deposits are for. In my current place, I put an extra $500 down so I could bring my cats.  In the one I am moving to (which appears to have the coolest landlord ever) he wasn't at all worried about the cats. But I had to pass up 10 apartments for every 1 that would accept my cats.  Frustrating. They're just cats, not lions.


Sounds like you need to get laid.
 
2014-02-26 11:20:59 AM

serpent_sky: Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.


Good for you. I can't fathom those who live 10+ years with a pet and then drop them off at the shelter because they moved "and the new place didn't allow pets." Yeah, you may have to look harder, but it's not THAT hard to find a place that allows small pets. I could never, ever give up my cats to a shelter, even a no-kill shelter.
 
2014-02-26 11:23:46 AM

serpent_sky: Carn: I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.

Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.   I understand some people are assholes and let their animals mess up apartments, but that's what security deposits are for. In my current place, I put an extra $500 down so I could bring my cats.  In the one I am moving to (which appears to have the coolest landlord ever) he wasn't at all worried about the cats. But I had to pass up 10 apartments for every 1 that would accept my cats.  Frustrating. They're just cats, not lions.


Moved into my place back in September. Lease said pets were OK with landlord approval. First place I've been since college that allowed pets, so it took less than a week before I went down to the MSPCA and found an adorable 7 month old cat to adopt. MSPCA calls landlord as part of the background check stuff, and the landlord apparently asked if she "would cry/yell for her mother" or other such problems.

MSPCA person rolled their eyes at him over the phone and we get our cat.

My toes under the blanket are her mortal enemy.
 
2014-02-26 11:23:50 AM

serpent_sky: Carn: I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.

Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.   I understand some people are assholes and let their animals mess up apartments, but that's what security deposits are for. In my current place, I put an extra $500 down so I could bring my cats.  In the one I am moving to (which appears to have the coolest landlord ever) he wasn't at all worried about the cats. But I had to pass up 10 apartments for every 1 that would accept my cats.  Frustrating. They're just cats, not lions.


It seemeth me that a person who takes their responsibilities to their dependents so seriously would be a more desirable tenant than not.
But then, I am a cat person with four dependents (and my life insurance is tailored to take care of them if they outlast me) so maybe I just look at things weird.
 
2014-02-26 11:27:43 AM

MindStalker: octopied: I'd stay away from her...sounds like someone with control/abuse issues.

I've never meet a landlord who didn't have control/abuse issues.


Mine. I've never met him. He lives in San Francisco. As long as I keep mailing the checks I won't hear a word from him.
 
2014-02-26 11:33:59 AM
The house next door to ours has been rented out since its was built about seven years ago. There have been four families in it so far (the owners only lived there for the first two months, and we haven't seen them since), and each family has had a large number of disruptive kids and barking dogs. I can't imagine what the owners have spent to clean up the place after each family has left its mess, but it must be astronomical.

While each of the families has been nice enough--I can even overlook the unruly kids most times--, none of them have been able to train their dogs to not bark at all hours. It recently occurred to me that, with renters changing every few years, we will never at any point NOT have disruptive kids and barking dogs next door, since that seems to be the types of families the owners prefer. The kids will always grow up, and the dogs will get older and die off...and then new ones will replace them. Each time.

We will never, EVER be free of the barking.

Its sucks.
 
2014-02-26 11:55:19 AM

serpent_sky: Carn: I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.

Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.   I understand some people are assholes and let their animals mess up apartments, but that's what security deposits are for. In my current place, I put an extra $500 down so I could bring my cats.  In the one I am moving to (which appears to have the coolest landlord ever) he wasn't at all worried about the cats. But I had to pass up 10 apartments for every 1 that would accept my cats.  Frustrating. They're just cats, not lions.


Whenever my roomate threatens to move out I always tell her good luck finding a place that will take her cat, because he isnt staying here. I usually hear her on her phone with her friends ad she will keep repeating "I'm bringing my cat.....I'm Bringing my cat!......I'M BRINGING MY CAT!!!"
 
2014-02-26 12:05:55 PM

SpiderQueenDemon: Actually, I have almost this exact policy in place for my renters. They are asked to please own at least one cat if reasonably convenient, and in the event either of their two cats should pass away, they are advised to please consider the local SPCA for a replacement as soon as emotionally feasible. Their golden retriever was also welcome. I just asked for a reference from their veterinarian, as any sensible landlord would.

And while I AM a crazy cat lady (says so on my business card and everything,) there's another, perfectly practical reason for doing this. The property is within 400 feet of a neighbor's code-grandfathered historical hobby farm, and when we bought the house (our first home, young kids, rookie mistake, etc.,) we had to replace ALL of the wiring because rodents had gnawed off the insulation. It was a nightmare. We spent almost three weeks in that place with no power or Internet until we got it all fixed and up-to-code.

Then, of course, we moved our own five cats in and never had a problem. So the presence of at least one cat is just an insurance policy against the rodentpalooza that happens every time neighbor harvests his wheat field. We did WARN the tenants of this, and apart from some unpleasantness with their shoes last time, it apparently works out okay for them and their two very happy cats.

That, and people try harder to stay on the good side of a landlord who lets them keep their pets. We got a text message with pictures explaining that the blower motor for the heat pump had quit and could we please send a replacement part with the attached specs? Amazon had it there overnight and when we told tenant to debit the cost of his time fixing it from the rent, he declined to do so, saying it was an easy job. We let them paint the house however they liked, sealing the hardwood floors before they arrived was trivially easy, and apart from a moment's hidden panic when their children adopted some gerbils (who, it turns out, have no interest in Romex wiring, I tried to tempt them with a piece and they just weren't having it,) it's been pretty great.


Wow, you sound like such a controlling slumlord!


/kidding
//I actually want to thank you on behalf of humanity.
 
2014-02-26 12:26:02 PM
pfft...get a fish.
 
2014-02-26 12:46:09 PM

blatz514: Sounds like you need to get laid.


I need to get laid because I had a hard time finding an apartment with two cats?

And while I thank you for your deep concern about my sex life, I get laid as often as I like, so it's not that.
 
2014-02-26 12:50:28 PM

syzygy whizz: It seemeth me that a person who takes their responsibilities to their dependents so seriously would be a more desirable tenant than not.
But then, I am a cat person with four dependents (and my life insurance is tailored to take care of them if they outlast me) so maybe I just look at things weird.


True - someone who would say "well, yeah, this cat has made it past the age of 20 and I love him quite dearly but man, I like this apartment" strikes me as a pretty horrible person.

And I mean, who couldn't love this face?
img.fark.net
 
2014-02-26 12:53:25 PM

serpent_sky: blatz514: Sounds like you need to get laid.

I need to get laid because I had a hard time finding an apartment with two cats?

And while I thank you for your deep concern about my sex life, I get laid as often as I like, so it's not that.


Just razzing ya.  I just used the ol' "I have cats that keep me company" stereotype.

Good luck with the move!
 
2014-02-26 12:55:18 PM

bborchar: ...or, you know, you could just find a normal apartment that accepts pets where the landlady isn't batshiat crazy and up in your business all the time.


I have cats and I will almost certainly have a cat until the day I die, but yeah, this will not end well. I wouldn't want a crazy-ass landlady even if her craziness has some overlap with my interests.
 
2014-02-26 12:56:47 PM

Agarista: I'm not saying she's an alien, but...


+10 Internet's to you

Love that movie so much
 
2014-02-26 01:03:59 PM

blatz514: Just razzing ya. I just used the ol' "I have cats that keep me company" stereotype.

Good luck with the move!


I was confused :) But thanks :) (And one of my boyfriends is coming with me, along with the cats, so all departments should be taken care of.) ;)
 
2014-02-26 01:05:55 PM

serpent_sky: And one of my boyfriends is coming with me


You....I like you. You're awesome.
 
2014-02-26 01:28:59 PM

What_do_you_want_now: serpent_sky: And one of my boyfriends is coming with me

You....I like you. You're awesome.


Not entirely all it's cracked up to be. Lots of jealousy, and major time management issues, at least for me. It just sort of... happened. Because that's usually how my life goes - I don't so much direct it, as stuff happens and I kind of deal with wherever the pieces fall. :)
 
2014-02-26 01:49:42 PM

syzygy whizz: serpent_sky: Carn: I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.

Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.   I understand some people are assholes and let their animals mess up apartments, but that's what security deposits are for. In my current place, I put an extra $500 down so I could bring my cats.  In the one I am moving to (which appears to have the coolest landlord ever) he wasn't at all worried about the cats. But I had to pass up 10 apartments for every 1 that would accept my cats.  Frustrating. They're just cats, not lions.

It seemeth me that a person who takes their responsibilities to their dependents so seriously would be a more desirable tenant than not.
But then, I am a cat person with four dependents (and my life insurance is tailored to take care of them if they outlast me) so maybe I just look at things weird.


I had a friend whoose landlord allows pets but wanted to raise the rent when she wanted to adopt a second cat to compensate him for the "extra traipsing around" a second cat would do.

I'm happy to be living in a place now that charges a reasonable ($20/month) pet fee and allows our two cats and one small dog, but I had to jump on it when I found it because I had called several places that acted like I had sprouted a second head when I told them I had 3(!!) pets.  Nevermind that I'm a vet and my husband and I could produce references from the past 2-3 landlords testifying that we were responsible and hadn't caused a problem.  I did have one complex try to really make the sale and suggest I could "just get rid of one of the cats and there'd be no problem with you moving in here".  He got a very unpleasant response before I hung up on him.

\Next move will be when we buy a house
\\ So done with begging people to let me have my animals every time I have to move
 
2014-02-26 03:09:42 PM
That's awesome, especially since it's clear she doesn't abide by having nasty little untrained kick me dogs going off at all hours. When I go apartment hunting, I just say hello and immediately ask if they allow pets, it's much faster and easier that way.

/Three cats
//Fark people that ask or say I should get rid of one or all of them
///I like them more than I like you, butthole
 
2014-02-26 11:08:14 PM

serpent_sky: Carn: I get it.  If you live there and your pet dies and you don't want another pet (which I can totally understand), you gotta make room for someone else.  The idea is to have a place for people to go who have pets when it can be really hard to find a place sometimes.  Sounds like that clause hasn't come into effect though.

Seriously - I'm moving on Friday, and I had someone tell me to "just get rid of my cats."  One of my cats is twenty two years old. The other is around eleven years old, I think. I'm rather bonded with them and they're my pets, not garbage to be discarded.   I understand some people are assholes and let their animals mess up apartments, but that's what security deposits are for. In my current place, I put an extra $500 down so I could bring my cats.  In the one I am moving to (which appears to have the coolest landlord ever) he wasn't at all worried about the cats. But I had to pass up 10 apartments for every 1 that would accept my cats.  Frustrating. They're just cats, not lions.



I work in the apartment business and I can tell you that for the buildings which are owned by major companies moving towards allowing pets in more of them is definitely the trend. Just in the last 6 months three of the buildings I work with that didn't take pets before started taking both dogs and cats, and a cat only property started also accepting dogs. In the DC area metro area at least pets being allowed in properties is the norm. The major property owners like allowing pets because it opens them up to more potential customers, which helps to keep their buildings full.

For privately owned apartments... well, that's probably more a crapshoot in a lot of ways, but also probably tend to be cheaper. So you pick your poison... Pay more rent and get more reliable customer service and easier to find pet friendly apartments, or go private and have fewer pet-friendly options and a higher risk of poor service but pay less rent.

My wife and I actually rent a home, and have a big dog... but we were lucky - our landlord is a family friend.
 
2014-02-27 02:33:00 AM

serpent_sky: syzygy whizz: It seemeth me that a person who takes their responsibilities to their dependents so seriously would be a more desirable tenant than not.
But then, I am a cat person with four dependents (and my life insurance is tailored to take care of them if they outlast me) so maybe I just look at things weird.

True - someone who would say "well, yeah, this cat has made it past the age of 20 and I love him quite dearly but man, I like this apartment" strikes me as a pretty horrible person.

And I mean, who couldn't love this face?
[img.fark.net image 640x480]


I'm sure I'll love it... as soon as I find it.
 
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