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Last Post by Binky91 at 9/12/2012 1:05 PM (2 Replies)
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User is Offline Binky91
England
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9/12/2012 12:28 PM

So this is a tad off topic but I felt like having a rant as you guys might understand my situation better than everyone else,

So over the last couple of days I have decided to return to uni for my third year which I wasn't going to do originally for various reasons, so now me and Wilbs have to move (yawwnn). Over the last two days I have been non-stop searching for flats and houses that allow pets and it is SLIP PICKINS, It's ridiculous the amount of people that wont let a small bunny live in their house, I know for many people it's inconvenient, they have allergies or they're simply not an animal lover (which I will never understand) but I did not think it would be THIS difficult. MY first day back at uni is in just over a week too.

 

Just keeping my fingers crossed that me and Wilbur will find a nice new home eventually but it's stressing me out to no end .

 

Anyone else been in a similar situation?

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User is Offline Beccaberry
London, UK
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9/12/2012 12:51 PM
No flats I was looking at allowed pets but I decided to stay in my student housing. It isn't a proper uni housing it's just housing specifically targeted towards students and usually they allow caged animals like hamsters etc.. (being a student they usually allow these things because a caged animal isn't going to be as bad as a filthy trampy student) so try looking for housing estates that are specifically catered towards students. Good luck!

User is Offline Binky91
England
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9/12/2012 1:05 PM
Ahhh It's not fair . The problem is because my uni is actually just a college that does degrees it doesn't have a huge housing market for students and it's only in a small town, so there's not much choice at all. I have emailed a couple of landlords that allow pets, just have to keep my fingers crossed that they get back to me..

Thanks becca
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