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    please do you thing I can bring a cat in my accommodation (opal) thanks xxx
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    Nope they wont let you have anything
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    No, you won't be able to, I can almost garuntee that.
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    lol. no.
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    Are PETS (cat/rabbits) ALLOWED IN STUDENT ACCOMMODATION? no
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    No way! not even fish!
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    no they won't let you bring any animal
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    Has anyone attempted to sneak in a small animal? Such as a hamster?? Just, you know, a random thought...
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    (Original post by seska)
    Has anyone attempted to sneak in a small animal? Such as a hamster?? Just, you know, a random thought...
    i know people who tried but didn't get very far about 1 hour!!
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    No. Too many problems with allergies and cleanliness.
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    Can you imagine if all the hundreds of people in Opal brought pets with them?
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    in our house last year we were no pets but had a chihuahua and a hamster (neither mine...)
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    In halls of residence - not a chance. I do know a few people who had gerbils and fish and got away with it, but cats and rabbits are too big to not be noticed
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    some people have small animals in houses after second year, but it'd be really difficult to keep a cat. I imagine it would be really really stressful for the cat living in a student hall anyway - it'd have to be locked outside or in your (probably) small bedroom all day, and it can be pretty noisy.
    Just make do with making friends with cats that live nearby :p:
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    No. One of my friends though had a goldfish. :s: they got away with it.
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    What Spotty Dog said. Add potential phobias to the list - you don't know what your housemates/flatmates (and roommates, if applicable) will be like.
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    im going to take a goldfish in my bum but then when i go to my first lecture ill be late because the fish makes it hard to run and then i'll walk in and everyone will turn to look at me and i will have a massive rectal prolapse and hundreds of fish will spill out all over the floor because the original fish was pregnant and thats why i was late because the fih babies formed a hybrid fish-mammal placenta and stole my nutrients and messed with my glucose levels and stopped me from waking at the normal time.
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    (Original post by seska)
    Has anyone attempted to sneak in a small animal? Such as a hamster?? Just, you know, a random thought...
    I have a hamster but I'm in a rented house. We're not allowed but our estate agents haven't kicked off yet. One of my friends kept a hamster, and some gerbils, in halls...

    On the other side of the spectrum, my old landlord apparently went mental when he discovered some of his tenents had fish, and tried to make them flush them down the toilet.
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    (Original post by jointhedots)
    I have a hamster but I'm in a rented house. We're not allowed but our estate agents haven't kicked off yet. One of my friends kept a hamster, and some gerbils, in halls...

    On the other side of the spectrum, my old landlord apparently went mental when he discovered some of his tenents had fish, and tried to make them flush them down the toilet.
    Eek. I wouldn't want anyone to flush my hamster down the loo I was sort of thinking of putting him in the wardrobe if anyone official came round - but knowing my luck they'd drop in during the day when I was out and he'd be evicted He's two-and-a-half which is a grand old age for a hamster, and I can see him popping his clogs if the folks at home forget to feed him! Hmm, I'll see how brave I feel when moving day comes...
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    (Original post by seska)
    Eek. I wouldn't want anyone to flush my hamster down the loo I was sort of thinking of putting him in the wardrobe if anyone official came round - but knowing my luck they'd drop in during the day when I was out and he'd be evicted He's two-and-a-half which is a grand old age for a hamster, and I can see him popping his clogs if the folks at home forget to feed him! Hmm, I'll see how brave I feel when moving day comes...
    Ah, but they're not actually allowed to just pop round without telling you, so you'd have prior warning. Not sure how that works in halls but I think they still have to tell you if someone's going to go into your room.
 
 
 

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