Accepting cat-owning tenants can help you fill vacancies!
If you don’t believe us, read this article by the Humane Society of the United States about how a pets-permitted policy can help rental managers.
Landlords can help the cats in our community AND increase their profits as well as have a property without tons of stray cats. 3 Simple steps are required:
- Reduce your Pet Deposit by $50 per pet and require proof that any pet on the property has been spay or neutered AND microchipped
- Work with a onsite resident that is compassionate to animals and wants to manage the existing stray and feral/wild cats on the grounds through a Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) program
- Give Educational Resources to any new tenant who has a pet to help them learn ways to overcome any behavioral issues that arise and protect your property from damage
Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic For Your Residents
Neuter Scooter is a low-cost mobile spay/neuter clinic for cats that is now coming to the Cincinnati area monthly. Check their web site, www.NeuterScooter.com, or call 1-866-662-5838 to register.