We live in a very Pet friendly building, (and want to stay that way) but some of the owners have become a little too pet-friendly, and are housing between seven and ten cats in one bedroom apartments. One owner has four dogs.
We are reworking our old house rules, and we want to limit the number of pets and have other rules. Do any of you have this in your house rules? Suggestions/Experience
1-Limit the number of pets to Three is the way the Board leans. But, we have a least one owner with a very large apartment, with three cats and two dogs, which is very reasonable.
2- Once we limit the number, (3-5) do we have a legal right to force owners to get rid of thier pets.
3- In the future is it possible to actually enforce or monitor the number of pets in an apartment.
4-limit the number of dogs (2) and cats (3)?
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