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Pets in Condos
health benefits of companion animals
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Print a copy of our tri-fold ESA brochure
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Print a draft copy of the proposed Simple Majority Bill.
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Citizens for Pets in
Condos, Inc.* educates the public on the health benefits of animal
companionship and about
"It's truly disheartening that so many pets are turned into shelters all over
Links to other animal
Celebrity Bartender at our 7/20/11 Event:
Celebrity Bartenders at our
How could ANYONE want to make someone give up this sweetheart?
Read Why Change is Needed
People have all kinds of excuses why pets
should not be allowed in condos.
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Why “Pets in Condos”?
What are the main problems
Letter to Florida Representative Peter Nehr from Sharon Brown, Board Member, Citizens for Pets in Condos
Open Door Miami
(a project of Miami Pets Alive),
The Pet Project,
Florida Pet Network,
Cyber Citizens for Justice,
Treasure Coast Health Council,
Florida Pet Book,
Pets for the Elderly Foundation,
Peace River Refuge & Ranch,
LOHV (League of Humane Voters),
(a project of Animal Rescue Coalition, Sarasota, FL),
Share-a-Pet, Passion for Pets and other groups interested in creating a win-win situation for people and their animal companions.
When Florida State Representative Julio
Robaina learned how many people signed our petition
to allow pets in condos,
Let these legislators and your own Florida legislators know your story and that you are behind their efforts.
NOTE: Citizens for Pets in Condos does not support any political parties or candidates.
Our petition results have
already influenced legislators to spopnsor
bills to clarify the right to have Emotional Support
See ACTION ITEMS for additional things YOU can do.
Many thousands of potential responsible pet owners, mainly seniors, have been arbitrarily denied the possibility of pet ownership.
90 million American households have companion animals. If
almost 65% of all US households have pets****, why is it 0%
Proactively denying the ability to have animal companions is not justified. A better alternative is to rescind privileges if they are abused.
for Pets in Condos, Inc. does NOT support irresponsible pet owners.
Citizens for Pets in Condos, Inc. mainly deals with getting pets
allowed in common
interest ownership communities (condos,
Since so much of this kind of lifestyle interference happens
in south Florida, it begs the question whether there is some form
A 2005-06 survey by the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association, or APPMA, shows that three-quarters of dog
statistics: 90 million cats, 74 million dogs
and 40 million parrots in US households. It is difficult to count
Tri-county area leads nation in pet euthanization.
In 2001, animal shelters in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade
The statistics are worse for larger dogs. "The pet weight limit for most condo association is too low. It should be increaded
click here to find out What to Do for Now If You Are Asked to Remove Your Pet
While it is difficult to keep a pet, you may be able to keep a helper animal, either due to physical or emotional disability.
Citizens for Pets in
Condos, Inc. is all about making changes so you don't have to be considered
sick to do
something that is entirely normal - have an animal companion for all of the many benefits it could have.
Click here to read about the many health benefits of having companion animals.
Publications from Citizens for Pets in Condos:
New HUD Rules Make It Easier to Have Emotional Support Animals (article)
Workable Solutions to Pet “Problems” (article)
The Healing Power of Pets (article)
No Children, No Pets (article)
Citizens for Pets in Condos (tri-fold, 2-sided brochure)
Crazy for Animals (poem)
Opponents will give you all kinds of reasons why pets should not be allowed.
Some thoughts on some issues related to allowing pets.
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