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I have recently started a site, and the information you offer on this site has helped me a lot. Thanx for all of your time & work.
 
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Of course I like your web site, but you need to test the spelling on quite a few of your posts. Several of them are rife with spelling problems and I find it very bothersome to tell you. Nevertheless I will certainly come back again!
 
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Nice read. I just passed this onto a buddy who was doing some research on that. He actually bought me lunch as I found it for him! So let me rephrase: Thanx for lunch!
 
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Name: Sam Aurilio, Esq.
From: Palm Beach Gardens, FL
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Those who would deny the presence of pets to their neighbors are, obviously, unaware of the health benefits to humans. The statistics clearly show that pet owners live longer! As long as pet owners act responsibly, there is no down side to having pets. Keep up the good work!!

Sincerely, SAM AURILIO
 
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Name: Morton Grnser
From: Tamarac Fl.
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Iam the PROUD husband of our presadent Maida,Please give some backing to this wonderfull person!
 
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Name: Ivan
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Hi, its very interesting. Thx!
 
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Name: Carmen
From: Boca Raton, FL
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An artivle in the newspaper lead me to this site. I too live in a condo although able and not elderly, I do have 2 children who'd like a pet at home.

Unfortunately I had to leave my (under 6lb) chihuahua, in which i've had for 5yrs, behind due to the 'no pet' policy. Fortunately he was able to stay with family where I lived previously. What I can't understand is what's the big deal with the 'NO cats, birds and/or fish.' I understand possibly no noisy barking dogs, or people that dont clean up after their pets outside. But not even a quiet, mess free pet like a fish, or a pottie trained cat????

I really do hope that while still in my place, I'll get to see that change. Good luck and THANK YOU to all that are pursing this matter. Especially for those that are in need of a companion.

Sincerely, Carmen
 
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Name: Larry
From: Texas
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Older people love pets and it has been proven that people are happier when they have a pet for a companion. Who exactly is trying to keep pets out of condos? Sign the petition to keep our pets in condos. These pets are family members and have a right to be loved by everybody no matter where a person lives.
 
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Name: Barbara
From: Sherman Oaks, CA
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I am at a loss, going 'round and 'round on the internet.

I'm on SSDI for a mental disability, complicated by a physical one. I want a companion dog (although the necessary walking of the dog, since I live in a condo, would be good for my physical health as well.)

The CC&Rs in my condo building prohibit pets except fish and birds. When I agreed to them, in 1990, I was not disabled.

I have been told that (perhaps with help from the Adults With Disabilities Act) that the condo association can be forced to make an exception for a homeowner who can document (no problem for me) their disability and how the potential pet would help the person cope with their disability.

Can anyone point me in the direction of WHERE/HOW TO BEGIN THE PROCESS?

Thank you in advance for any suggestions.

Sincerely,
Barbara
 
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