Our expert says:
I rather wish there was a law forbidding unreasonable rules forbidding pets. In a block of flats or comples, OK, large Alsations or aggressive Rottweilers could be troublesome. But a cat ? A Rat ? A bird ? In terms of the likelihood of disturbing neighbours, it'd mmake more sense to forbid TV and music-players.
Now, I don't believe that haunted houses exist except in the sense that we allow ourselves to be haunted by bad ideas and assumptions we're reluctant to give up. If you like pets, and the one option would let you keep your pets and gain some dogs, is it really impossible to consider ? OK, you were badly treated while you were there - but now, by taking over the place, you can conquer the place and the bad memories, and make the place yours.
I'd be more concerned abouyt what would happen if his mom's latest bf quarels with her and she then decides she wants her house back.
Be cautious about creating problems by declaring " I NEVER will..." or "I could never ever... " You create rules which limit yourself.
A counsellor might help you explore the options further, and to conquer your unhelpful fears about the house. It was a nasty lady in the house who made you feel bad, not the house itself.
Its a pity the company only provides the flat in an unreasonably pet-hostile place. WOuld they let you rent the company flat out to a petless person, and spend the rent on a pet-friendly place nearby ?
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