Break the rules and get a cat?
Question by lisee11087: Break the rules and get a cat?
My apartment complex allows some of its older (elderly) residents to have cats. However, for everyone else it is a $ 500 non-refundable pet fee. Cats are the only pets allowed, and I just think $ 500 is absolutely insane. Its not even like we would get it back at the end of our lease.
Here is my rationale: In addition to this “cat fee”, we paid a $ 300 re-decorating fee when we moved in in May. This fee was mandatory for all residents before they moved in. In June, they discontinued that fee. None of the new lease-holders have to pay it! So that’s $ 300 dollars we threw away, and now they want another $ 500.
So should I play by the rules? Or get a cat and never tell them. Maintanence workers and exterminators come from time to time, but I doubt they would say anything to the land lords. Plus- how would they know if we paid or not?
I’ve always been a “by the book” type of person, but I think this is a bit ridiculous. Advice is appreciated!
Answer by Jude G
i would be grudge paying that, only thing is would you have to pay if you did get caught or would they threw you out, depends on the out come and if your happy to deal with it
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