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  • MimiLucy
    MimiLucyCats on the Road:
    January 30, 2020I've notices that many RV parks limit the number of pets--usually 2. I can understand dogs, but kitties? My guys will be inside at all times. Do any of you have any experience with this? Will the park make an exception?
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    • MimiLucy
      SouthParkSteve January 30, 2020 I don't claim to be an expert, but my impression is that the limit is typically due to local zoning ordinances, not necessarily rules made by the park.  However, if they are inside, how would anyone know how many you have?  ...  more
    • MimiLucy
      BennieH January 30, 2020 We have 3 and have never been asked more, once I say cats. Our 3 are indoor only and are 12, 12, and 20 years old.
    • MimiLucy
      Jim & Nancy Gates January 30, 2020 Don’t tell them. They didn’t need to know. Especially if you keep them in the coach.
    • MimiLucy
      LarandSus January 30, 2020 Never been asked how many but I only have one and just say I have a cat. Sometimes they ask if he is indoor and don't care about anything else after I say yes.
    • MimiLucy
      Shaunna January 30, 2020 I asked and was told they don’t care about the indoor cats, but that they ask and need to know for emergency purposes, just so they know how many pets to evacuate in case something happens while you are away from your RV, I suppose.
    • MimiLucy
      MimiLucy January 31, 2020 Thank you all for your input. We will proceed until captured!
    • MimiLucy
      Marsha & Matthew February 14, 2020 I've been told more than once after asking about that oh we don't count cats. Blessing and curse.
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