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Thank you for the very informative response. I have a follow-up question...
I have a cat. I have to unwillingly leave him in the apartment while they are cleaning-up the mold contamination. Exercising due diligence, I contacted my vet to see if it would pose an undue health risk to my cat in leaving him in the apartment. You will be happy to know that my vet said it would be okay to leave him in the apartment but that he must be monitored for any signs of distress and treated immediately should distress occur. The complex "as a courtesy to me" (their words in writing) are feeding and watering my cat AND changing his kitty litter which I greatly appreciate. However, I cannot monitor my cat from a distance and have asked them what I should do. I am waiting for a response. My question is: what are my options here and, should my cat show signs of distress, what is reasonable to ask of the apartment complex? The management team has already made it clear to me in a verbal exchange that they will not reimburse me for any cat related expenses that occur in direct relationship to the mold contamination.
Thank you again! As you can tell, this is a rapidly developing situation with may twists and turns. Do I rate you now or after any further questions that may develop? I would like to do what is appropriate given the services that I have contracted and paid for through network of attorneys.
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