spotted in a Christopher St. apartment complex
There are plenty of ways to let a neighbor know their pets are causing a problem, but we always believe it’s best to take the more direct approach. It’s possible that this concerned tenant is merely suggesting the cat’s waste be thrown “down the chute,” but a small possibility, if that. In fact, it should be a new law that all animals no bigger than a toaster are held to such high standards as well: if they cannot control their odorous waste, then they face disposal by laundry chute. It’ll be much more effective than rubbing their noses in a urine-stained carpet.



spotted in a Christopher St. apartment complex
There are plenty of ways to let a neighbor know their pets are causing a problem, but we always believe it’s best to take the more direct approach. It’s possible that this concerned tenant is merely suggesting the cat’s waste be thrown “down the chute,” but a small possibility, if that. In fact, it should be a new law that all animals no bigger than a toaster are held to such high standards as well: if they cannot control their odorous waste, then they face disposal by laundry chute. It’ll be much more effective than rubbing their noses in a urine-stained carpet.