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Old 03-30-2010, 06:25 AM
 
Location: Florida
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My wife and I have a problem: we're moving to the twin cities but have too many cats for the apartment complex we're going to be renting in. Does anyone know of a pet shelter in the twin cities area (or possibly even further away if needed) that would be willing to board our two middle-aged, neutered, indoor-only female cats for a year? We would intend paying a stipend for the boarding itself and provide both cat litter and food. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 03-30-2010, 07:54 AM
 
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A year is a long time, rather than that would try to hone in on apartments that accept 2 indoor cats. For what you'd be paying to board them elsewhere, they c/b happily living w/ you and not having to adjust to a new situation at this point in their lives. Why not check out Craigslist (easier said than done I know) or call some vets or even shelters in the new city where you'll be living, am sure they may know of places - have you tried googling 'pet-friendly apartments' or cat-friendly apartments' with your new zip code - ? I don't see that 2 indoor cats would be that much of a problem esp. as you're willing to pay a pet fee.
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Old 03-30-2010, 08:43 AM
 
Location: Sanford FL
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Hi Honeycrisp,

The problem isn't that the complex that we're moving to doesn't accept animals, it's that we are already moving in with a large dog and two other cats. We have 5 animals in total and that's the problem. We were hoping to leave them with family here in florida until we bought a house next summer but that looks like it might fall through and we really don't want to have to rehome our kitties or put them down so we're trying to find an alternative.

Thank you for getting back to us though, we really appreciate it
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