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Pets are Property? - Cats - About.com
While cats and dogs are considered beloved family members in homes all over the world, the law takes a different view by generally regarding pets as property.
Cat Repellent - How to Keep Felines Away From Your Yard
Most important to you, though, indoor cats get their tails in a twist when a trespassing cat appears. Indoor cats "own" all the property they can see through the ...
R is for Responsibility in Cat Ownership - Cats - About.com
At times like these, without their protective cloaks of cuteness, cats may be ... The mindset of pets as property often means that last year's kittens soon lose their ...
10 Ways to Keep Cats Away From Yards (1-6)
I'm often asked how to keep cats away from yards. The answer lies in cat repellents, whether by wire, water, or just plain understanding how feline pests think.
Top Mistakes by New Cat Owners - Cats - About.com
While cats may legally be considered "property" in some jurisdictions, the term ends there. You can no more "own" a cat than you can own another human being .
How to Keep Feral Cats Out of Your Backyard - Birding and Wild Birds
Feral cats kill thousands of birds, but these tips offer a range of ways to ... feral, stray and lost cats from invading the property they've made friendly for birds.
No Pets Allowed - Cats - About.com
I was fortunate in that I had friends willing to take care of my cat until I was able to ... Fair or not, property owners have the right to enforce rules meant to protect ...
What to Include in Your Pet Policy - Landlords and Property ...
You should see the animal in person before you allow it into your property to ... For example, dogs, cats, birds, fish, reptiles, rabbits, hamsters, gerbils etc. are ...
What's Wrong with Owning Pet Cats? - About.com
While I agree with the basic philosophy behind their "They are not our property... We are not their owners" campaign, I think semantics is not the way to tackle ...
Should You Make Your Property Pet Friendly?
Learn the Pros and Cons of Having a Pet Friendly Property. By Erin Eberlin ... Loss of Other Tenants- Other tenants may be allergic to dogs or cats. Tenants may ...
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