College applications can be a challenge for high school students and their families, particularly when it comes to gathering all the required supporting materials: Students seeking to enter West Point or the country's other service academies also need a letter of recommendation and nomination from a U. Obtaining these letters is a significant process in its own right, so allow plenty of time, submit all the required supporting materials and follow the guidance provided on your Congress member's staff website.
This happens even when a prospective tenant already has a pet. This results in many pets being given to the animal shelter, most of them are "put to sleep", but a few lucky ones get adopted.
The cats and dogs that go to the animal shelter get spayed or neutered. The animal welfare people are now going after the feral cats. Feral cats live in balance with the local environment. In about 10 to 20 years there could be no cats at all if this keeps up.
If you can find a cat, soon you will most likely have to buy it. Pets lower blood pressure, reduce stress, and increase intellectual ability in children. The pet under most laws of most states is considered property. While the landlord claims property rights to exclude pets, the tenants rights to keep a pet is violated, and this is allowed bu law.
Pets are really animal beings with ability to think and communicate, by raising paws, sitting by the refridgerator, and meowing or barking. They are very much like very young children, in the ways the communicate.
What needs to be done is to have laws passed in all states including Ohio stating that tenants have a right to keep a pet, so that every tenant that wants a pets will be able to keep them. While Ohio and other states enable a landlord to make a "pet agreement" with a tenant.
Some landlord have "pet friendly apartments" but these are the minority, and the availbility of apartments is unjusrty liimited when tenants own pets. Pets have a right to housing just like children do.These sample letters cover a variety of situations under which you might write your representatives.
Consider whether you can speak with authority, as in Letter #1. Also think about how you want to structure your arguments, whether in paragraph, bulleted or numbered format. Address the letter to “The Honorable" (fill in the name of your state representative or state senator).
Tell the legislator who you are, including your name and occupation, if relevant, and always include your contact information (i.e., full name, address, email, and phone number) so they can respond to you.
Sample Letter To A Representative. The following letter can be easily cut and pasted into a word processor or email program for editing. This sample letter is also available here in DOC format..
The Honorable (full name) U.S. House of Representatives. Links to biographical information, Senate service accomplishments, military service, awards and honors, and more for current and former senators. States in the Senate Lists of all senators from each state and facts about each state's history in the U.S.
Senate. • State your reason for writing in the first paragraph of your letter. • If you are writing about a specific piece of legislation, include the bill number (S. ___ in the Senate and H.R. ___ in the House of Representatives). Call your representative directly or call the U.S.
Capitol Switchboard at One way to save time and help you make calling Congress a habit is to save legislators' phone numbers in your cell phone.
Writing a Letter or Email. Personal messages from constituents can be a very effective way of communicating with your legislators.