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    #16
    Originally posted by kendrick729 View Post

    I said the back yard, the dogs aren't my responsibility, I have not delt with this situation before, I don't even know what rspca is, I'm clearly trying to find a way to resolve this? So why are you talking down on me?
    Look, I didn't mean to sound condescending, but a lot of what you were saying wasn't making sense and we now know why (because you're in the US).

    How do your local law enforcement or local government deal with abandoned animals? What would happen if they were roaming the streets, for example?

    The dogs may not be your responsibility, but they seem to be your problem as you can't use your garden.

    Personally, if there's no animal charity who would collect them, I would notify the former-tenant via the landlord that the dogs will be released in the next 24 hours if he doesn't come and get them (I'm not saying I'd follow through with this as I'm an animal lover and wouldn't want anything bad to happen to them).

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      #17
      Originally posted by security2 View Post

      Not your responsibility??? Wherever in the world you are, do you condone animal cruelty? Fix that situation first them deal with everything else.
      I work at a vet clinic? Never said i wasnt feeding them since he isnt, How am I condoning to animal cruelty, stop taking everything I'm saying I and turning it into. Negative thing, in the states, when something isn't yours it's not your, regardless I've realized that he have different laws therefore I would have to find help elsewhere, I tried Google it lead me here

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        #18
        This landlord sounds like he doesn't know what he's doing. In UK terms as the previous tenant still has some of his belongings/pets in the property then he is still in occupation, his tenancy hasn't ended. In your shoes I go find somewhere else to live from a landlord who knows what he is doing.

        USofA in an even worse state than recent press & TV reports have indicated:

        There must be some animal charity which will look after the dogs? Anyone (landlord, previous tenant, ....) who leaves dogs for a week needs a good kicking, in my humble opinion needs a good kicking. Tried the Humane Society of the United States
        http://www.humanesociety.org/

        You'll know what "trump" means in (UK) English slang?
        I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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          #19
          Originally posted by kendrick729 View Post

          I work at a vet clinic? Never said i wasnt feeding them since he isnt, How am I condoning to animal cruelty, stop taking everything I'm saying I and turning it into. Negative thing, in the states, when something isn't yours it's not your, regardless I've realized that he have different laws therefore I would have to find help elsewhere, I tried Google it lead me here
          My apologies. My suggestion of using Google to help you is clearly redundant.

          My updated suggestion would be to go to a college, maybe night school, take a course on how to use Google. And maybe how to use the wider internet. It will serve you well for many things, not just your accommodation travails.

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            #20
            Try this facebook page with links to a rescue organisation there: "The Forlorn dogs of Hughes"
            https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rc...I5fBMxaEB8gwhn

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              #21
              This is not a UK issue, discussion here is already confused.
              I also post as Mars_Mug when not moderating

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