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It was agreed that she could have a dog. The cats were her sons which she admitted in an email when she was asked to remove them. We have no bond left as she did not pay her last months rent and the cost of gardening and some other repairs and cleaning have had to be done. She did not dispute the missing items on the inventory when she moved in and the letting agent has pictures. The agent has said the court will say that my insurance should pay out. The insurance have said no as the cats should not have been in. The scratch marks are clearly visible on the walls and the blinds
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