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    do you hide your pet?

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    Do you have a pet, like a cat, in a place that doesn't allow them?
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    We did when we first got our cat, 4 years ago but everywhere after that allowed them.
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    we used to in the apartments. Now we told the renters we have A dog not that we have two or that we have a cat, oops. Sorry but $300 for each pet is insane
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    No, I'm allowed to have any pet as long as its caged, so my piggies are legal . Now I WISH I could sneak in a dog, except they aren't exactly quiet, LOL
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    We took my cat Maximus into a no-pet room at a hotel once. He was only 6 months old, had just had his noogies clipped and I didn't feel comfortable leaving him in a truck overnight.

    I'd sneak my cats anywhere now!

    I don't understand why you have to pay a pet deposit, but not a child deposit. A dog/cat will pee on the floor (maybe), eat the blinds (maybe), but that's about it. Kids can do all that too, plus more!
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    We had Max over in bayview...he was out cat/dog....we were allowed cats but not dogs...HUMMMMM but the people 2 houses down had a pit puppy that was 10x's the size of max so we didn't worry too much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britt View Post
    We took my cat Maximus into a no-pet room at a hotel once. He was only 6 months old, had just had his noogies clipped and I didn't feel comfortable leaving him in a truck overnight.

    I'd sneak my cats anywhere now!

    I don't understand why you have to pay a pet deposit, but not a child deposit. A dog/cat will pee on the floor (maybe), eat the blinds (maybe), but that's about it. Kids can do all that too, plus more!
    I totally agree My kids have done more damage than a dog ever would Its easier to get out dog piss than red koolaid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britt View Post
    We took my cat Maximus into a no-pet room at a hotel once. He was only 6 months old, had just had his noogies clipped and I didn't feel comfortable leaving him in a truck overnight.

    I'd sneak my cats anywhere now!

    I don't understand why you have to pay a pet deposit, but not a child deposit. A dog/cat will pee on the floor (maybe), eat the blinds (maybe), but that's about it. Kids can do all that too, plus more!
    I agree also. My kids have done some horrible stuff.
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    DJ lit stuff on fire when he was a kid.

    I don't see Peewee learning to use matches any time soon.
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    No. I usually don't. When we had my cat she liked to get into the windows and what not and I never wanted to risk it. So even during our moves we only stayed in super 8's and motel 6's since they allowed animals
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