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    Pets - "Rehoming" Fees

    Am I the only one that is bothered by the whole "rehoming" fee movement? If you want to sell an animal just admit it and put your price out there.

    So tired of these people that "can no longer keep" an animal but to make sure the animal receives its "forever home" there is a "rehoming fee".

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    Re-homing Fee.

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    these dumb fees...
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    Never heard of it. We have shelters that people can drop off an unwanted pet and they charge a pretty good fee to adopt the pet but Re-homing fees? What's next? Naw,,, I'll stay away from that one,, I'm with Randy on this!!!!
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    Yeah, imagine how my daughter felt when the shelter was going to charge her $75 for a rabbit, and she would have to complete two forms and undergo a home inspection.

    Needless to say, she bought a wonderful bunny from a local breeder for $15.

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    Here is an example

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    Australian Cattle Blue Heeler female, NKC, blue motley, 18 weeks. Vet checked, all shots including rabies, very hyper working dog. Crate trained. Large rehoming fee to insure forever loving home. We will remove ad when no longer available.
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    Still haven't figured what this homing fee is - guess it's good I am not a breeder anymore......
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    Quote Originally Posted by psrumors View Post
    Craigslist doesn't allow pet sales. Rehoming fees skirt that rule so the ad isn't automatically blocked by the Craigslist system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonton View Post
    Yeah, imagine how my daughter felt when the shelter was going to charge her $75 for a rabbit, and she would have to complete two forms and undergo a home inspection.

    Needless to say, she bought a wonderful bunny from a local breeder for $15.
    Don't get me started on animal rescues...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    Don't get me started on animal rescues...
    Yeah... me too

    I've had very bad experiences with some "rescue" groups. Specifically those who specialize in certain breeds. It is my opinion that many of these just exist to allow people who want that breed themselves and supplement the cost through non-profit status and donations. I've seen dogs "fostered" for years when I know there has been interest in adopting the animal. Some of the conditions they apply to adoptions, specifically ones where their position is they still effectively own the animal and unless you meet their criteria... including informing them if you move etc. they will take the animal from you, are way out of line.
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