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Post by TheBomb64 on Tue Dec 11 2018, 02:27

Hi everyone I’m a newbie on here looking to re home my beautiful Khaleesi.
After the passing of my mother the banks have taken the home and now I forced to re locate into a unit. Strata are causing me trouble but I’m saying that I feel it’s not fair on her to be locked up in a unit. I have a disability and cannot walk her and unlike at our old home where she had a big backyard to roam around.
I need to find a family with kids as she is amazing with kids and just loves cuddles and giving cuddles. Can anyone please help please. I’m really worried she will end up in the wrong hands
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Post by LizP on Tue Dec 11 2018, 08:18

I'm so sorry to hear that, what a situation to be in. Have you contacted rescue centres? I know the thought of Khaleesi being in kennels may not be nice but if you can find somewhere good with a free space it would mean she'd be with someone who would find a good home for her. Please be very careful rehoming through Preloved/Facebook/etc. and if you go that route check the home carefully before you commit.



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Post by TheBomb64 on Tue Dec 11 2018, 12:26

Hi Liz
Yeah it’s bresking our hearts especially my little boy, they have a developed an un breakable bond. He is so distraught at knowing we need to re home her.
I won’t put her on any of those sites and that is why I was directed to this forum by a Vet. I’m trying so hard through friends but no success at the moment. I wish I could download a few photos but I don’t know how lol
Thanks for your message
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Post by BedroomCzar on Wed Dec 12 2018, 06:18

Hopefully you take this as I intended.  Don’t you love banks? I would live in a tent before I would give up my pet. That is not always practical. or even legal. It is sad  that is a  choice people too often need to make. I own a couple properties we often rent out for short stays and summers. I allow pets, but ask for a damage and cleaning deposit because it is often the only way it may remain livable. upon return.  It often is dependent on the circumstances . If  it is a 90 y/o retired school teacher with a small dog, maybe not so much or I may waive it, a motorcycle club with Rottweilers… Maybe a lot.  So I understand.  I don't know your options, but some housing authorities do assist people aquiring housing with pets.  That would be my first call.  Explain your circumstances and see if they can help.  The last thing anyone except a heartless in clod wants is to rip a pet away from its family and it isn't just you, it is cruel and confusing to the pet.  Shelters don't want more. They are thrilled when they are whistling cleaning out  empty pens.  Less work and noise.  To them it is happy all around because everyone has all the pets they want and children are singing and laughing   They would be happy to never see another unwanted puppy or kitten.  Not going to happen. They sure are not wanting to deal with a child or adult that HAS to give up a beloved pet.  So they may have a list and agreements with property owners. It don’t hurt to ask and trust me if you don’t ask you probably won’t know about it.  But from my experience it is generally small housebroken pets.  In a strange quirk of fate I would rather have dogs and cats than a 400 gallon aquarium.  Clean up that mess.  It is easier to insure the lot and torch it once it floods the street. But I don’t advocate that.  Except in parts  of Detroit it is viewed as arson and fraud. There it is urban renewal.

Second you have a secret weapon! Your son!  I’d give my soul (if someone wanted it) rather than see a child cry and heart ripped out.  I am not sure what you refer to as a “Unit”  But I assume it is some sort of rental apartment or cottage.  Bring a picture of your son and little Khaleesi as a pup if you have one without blood on his fangs or anything and perhaps you can convince them to give allowances. If they are the owners or have consent power they can often do what they want.  Many are owned by the same heartless banks, and don’t even know where it is, little alone what is going on there.  It won’t hurt to ask.   You might need to pony up a little deposit (Or grease a palm…it happens!)

Last thing. I am unaware of your circumstance, but you mentioned a disability.  Any  way to work it as a service animal?  If they can convince ANYONE a python is an emotional support animal on a plane, Little Khaleesi is essential to preventing you from running naked in the streets playing a tambourine.  I despise labeling pets as emotional support animals just so  they  cam ride in the cart , purse or run wild while shopping.  But I hate removing pets from families even more.    So at times you must consider what otherwise is repugnant, for  welfare of the babies ,(biological as well as 4 legged ) flag and decency.  

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Post by LizP on Wed Dec 12 2018, 08:02

What a fantastic post, Rick!!!


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Post by -Ian- on Sun Dec 16 2018, 20:37

Sorry to read of the situation, I hope that some of the suggestions that Rick says above might help.


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