Your cat is welcome in all PPM Apartment Buildings

Your cat is welcome in all PPM Apartment Buildings

Planned Property Management welcomes your cat in all of our buildings.

In fact many of our buildings are even dog friendly!

Unlike many management companies we do not charge an extra deposit fee or additional rent for your feline family members.

So lets see what you should know before hand!

When living in an apartment with a cat there are a few simple things to keep in mind.

• Square footage is not a determining factor for whether or not your cat will be happy in it’s new space.

• Your cat needs exercise and in a smaller apartment they may rely on you to participate in playtime. A climbing tree or tower is also helpful to add to physical activity options.

• Cats like their toys. Find a few toys your pet enjoys to keep them entertained when you are not there or cannot play. Toys are available for all budgets. You can even make your own.

• Grain-free or a minimal grain cat food digests easier and you can guess why this is important.

• Keep the litter box clean, clean the litter box often.

• Looking out a window is a great source of fun for your cat. Make certain that the window is cat-proof.

• If your apartment includes a balcony be extra careful if you allow you cat onto it. It is very difficult to cat-proof a balcony.

• Purchase a vacuum that specializes in picking up pet hair. It makes a difference.

A study of British pet owners found that people who owned cats tended to be smarter than their dog loving counterparts. Another British poll found that 82 percent of women agreed they are more attracted to men who like animals. And while having a dog will do wonders for your dating life, a whopping 90 percent of single women said that men who own a cat are “nicer” than other guys. Having a cat in your life can be beneficial for your physical health and emotional well-being, from lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol to easing pressing feelings of anxiety, stress, depression and loneliness.

Send your comments and suggestions on sharing an apartment with a cat. Be nice!

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