|Pet Policy||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Joani Blank (jeblankhooked.net)|
|Date: Fri, 28 Feb 1997 14:23:32 -0700 (MST)|
Its a while since there has been a discussion of pets in cohousing, so let's have another go around. Rumor has it that pet policy is the single most contentious issue in cohousing communities. Is that true today? I wasn't in the Doyle St. group when the pet policy was being discussed, but the policy is: Each household may have up to one dog and up to two cats. Collectively (twelve households) we have two dogs and we have had up to 6 cats, although I believe we have only two at the moment. Pets are never permitted in the common house. A number of households have been unable to consider Old Oakland because they have too many animals to consider a very urban/downtown living situation that would not accomodate their pets. I am not a pet person--just ask my parakeet about my tendency to ignore him--so I do not have a serious emotional involvement with domesticated animals. Besides that, I'm deathly allergic to cats. But I am fascinated by the relationship that others have with their pets. Joani Doyle St. and Old Oakland CoHousing(s), both on the sunny side of San Francisco Bay. Today's recruiting pitch for Old Oakland CoHousing: We will live a 12-15 minute BART (subway) ride from downtown San Francisco. Our BART station is two short blocks away from our front door.
- Re: Pet Policy, (continued)
- RE: Pet Policy Rob Sandelin, March 2 1997
- Re: pet policy Joani Blank, August 12 2000
Pet Policy Rod Lambert, June 28 2006
- Re: Pet Policy Sharon Villines, June 28 2006
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