I recently found a pet friendly apartment near me. I have been considering a move to SF, but the thought of leaving my beautiful and fluffy cat, Luna, behind without him being able to get to know his new home is not an appealing one.
While moving to a new city is always a good idea, this is a good time to make sure you have a place that is pet friendly. Airbnbs are often pet-friendly, as long as the person is willing to let you come and check out their little one. But if you’re moving to a new city, I’d recommend going to a pet friendly apartment first and seeing how your cat likes it before settling on a place.
I would be remiss to not mention that airbnb is a great resource for finding a pet friendly apartment. I have a special place in my heart for this site, as I moved to San Francisco from New York and have spent more and more time here in the last few years. The fact that my dog, Luna, is living with me now is such a blessing. She’s become a very important part of my life and I’d be remiss to not mention her.
I am so thankful that I have Luna’s friendship and love. It not only keeps my dog from freezing to death during the winter, but it also allows me to travel to San Francisco without worrying about her. I also want to give a shout-out to the airbnb community which is a really great resource for finding a pet friendly apartment. They have a great blog that is very helpful when trying to find a pet friendly apartment for your pet.
The Pet Friendly Airbnbs are just a really good resource for finding a pet friendly apartment, and I recommend you check them out. All the airbnb sites link to the Pet Friendly AirBNB site which is a great place to start.
I know I’m repeating myself, but that’s the best part about airbnb. There are just so many great resources out there that are helpful and can help you find a pet friendly apartment. A good friend of mine has just finished finding an apartment off airbnb.com and she can’t even believe it.
A lot of the airbnb sites out there link to the Pet Friendly AirBNB site so its a good place to start. A little over a year ago we started an airbnb.com site that has grown to be the largest pet friendly airbnb site on the net. In the past 2 weeks alone, we’ve had over 70 different pet friendly airbnb.com listings and the site has received over 20 million views in just a few days.
The site has definitely grown out of the way of the “pet obsessed” internet generation that is also a big part of the airbnb community. The sites that have the biggest amount of organic traffic (not all of these are on airbnb.com) are also the sites that have the most “popular” photos and the most “popular” reviews.
In this case, its popularity is actually a good thing. There are a lot of people that have a lot of pets but don’t know about airbnb.com. It would be nice if airbnb.com was the first place they would check, before they found somewhere to stay.
It would be good if you could use the site like a check-in system (when a user signs up for your service) so you could automatically add them to the system. They also need to be included as part of the site’s standard. You could also use it as a way of letting people know about the location of the nearest pet friendly hotel.