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bowenbeso el culoshitlord in residenceRegistered Userregular
So, as I said in another thread I'm on my way out the door of this apartment. Unfortunately the area our litter box is in has had an accident while I was out of town for a day and that has resulted in some dried cat byproducts that has stained the carpet and my shampooer was unable to get it out.
I obviously don't want to pay the apartment complex $texas to fix a 10x10 foot area of carpet (not even, the cat problem is probably about 6x2). Of course the rest of the carpet in the apartment needs to be replaced because it's so old and worn down (not to mention has stains from previous renters).
So H&A what are my options to dealing with this? Can I bring a little bit of carpet to a store or something? Or should I work out some deal with the landlord?
Warning: I am a programmer/sysop. Do not take my word as law in any other fields, it is not professional advice.