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Cleaning business encourages customers to foster a cat to scare rodents away — 3 Comments

  1. Their hearts are in the right place, but I don’t think this plan was too well thought out. It is based on a good idea, but unless the rescue/shelter can check out the adopter/customer, how will they know if the cat is going to a loving, caring home? Too many “free” animals end up abused and killed in “good” homes. Just ask anyone who “adopts” pets for their fighting dogs.

    Me, on the other hand, would call often and insist on a new cat each time. 😀 I love cats and wish I could give them all a home: MINE!

    • You would end up with a lot of cats and no cleaning services. 😉 . I think you are right. The mechanics of fostering and adoption are far more profound than employing a cleaning service. The two services don’t mix.

  2. I don’t think that will work either. There’s no emotional attachment to the cat. The animal is just a means to an end.

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