Nancy Tuscano 
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Re: “Loopholes in ADA Law Make "No Pets" Clauses Nearly Impossible to Enforce

I understand that those with allergies have a real grievance and I concur with them. However, I wish they would make a law that allowed pets in all apartments and homes. The need is so great at shelters for some very worthy animals to have a home instead of euthanasia. Perhaps if there were a higher fee for pets. Proof of vaccinations and strict rules about cleaning up any droppings from your pet inside or outside & breed restrictions.Anti-bark collars for 'yappers'. Small dogs/cats in apartments only. Each tenant should be allowed one pet. It would stop the need for false documentation. For people with allergies that are severe, they need to know ahead of time that pets either lived there before and that pets are allowed.Perhaps they can get an apartment further away from the other apartments. I'm not sure how to solve that. I have cats and had dogs, I also have a mild allergy. I take local honey daily and once in awhile an over the counter allergy medication. But like I said it's a mild allergy. I have a friend who can't breathe even if she stands outside my door talking to me, she gets a reaction. I vacuum daily but allergies are caused by the finest dander from animals,trees, and plants. She can never come into my house. This type of allergy needs special medication. But the world is full of things that bring on allergies, do we have to kill all the animals, grass, and trees, no we have to find a better way. Too many places say no pets and it's a shame. One last thing, if a person can't keep a home clean, I don't mean spotless, just organized and relatively clean, they shouldn't be allowed pets or children for that matter, I can't believe the filth some people live in, pets are their last concern. Pets take a lot of work, I know, I've worked with animals most of my life, and they don't like filth either,but even so, they love us and need a home, even a dirty one.

Posted by Nancy Tuscano on 09/05/2016 at 2:14 PM

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