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Pet Update from your Greater Los Angeles Pet Friendly Realtor: Endre Barath, Jr.

Posted on Mar 29, 2015 by in Observations about various subjects, Pet Friendly Realtor | 0 comments

Pet Update from your Greater Los Angeles Pet Friendly Realtor: Endre Barath, Jr.

Those of you who follow our trials and tribulations will recall my previous posts about our “Backyard Kitty” aka. Wiley. As you know unbeknown to us, when we bought our house, it came with a “stray cat”. Needless to say, making the transition or should I say the move with three indoor cats was a challenge by itself. Hence working on taking care of “Wiley” our “Backyard Kitty” was no lesser of a challenge.

Wiley today

We made huge progress, as you know we were able to “Spay & Neuter” him and he still remained our “friend”. A while back, I was happy to report that we were able to pet him.

Then life takes its turns and we incorporated into our “little house”, Chachi aka. Diane’s Dog, whom we have had in a foster home for many years. Needless to say this is still a work in progress. He has some issues with the cats. One of our cats he cannot stand and at the same time he is a bit afraid of him as well. Needless to say the feeling is mutual on Douggy’s part too, he can’t stand Chachi either.

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Chachi is neutral with Jack and that is good thing and Jack basically is neutral to him as well, or should I say he keeps a respectful distance.

On the other hand he is smitten with Jill, so you are now caught up with the dynamics of the inside of our home’s animal life.


Clearly since Chachi is a dog he needs to enjoy the back yard as well. Needless to say this created a new dilemma that we are working on resolving. Sharing the back yard with Wiley is no small task either. Between the hours of six pm and nine am the back yard belongs to Wiley. Now between nine am and six pm depending on my day Chachi gets to enjoy the back yard as well.

As you can see we clearly have our hands full and often our friends have to understand that we are not always available on “short notice” to do anything, including going out to the movies, dinner etc. It is more than a full time job for me and Diane. Being the caregivers has created changes in our home entertaining as well.

Keep in mind there is a huge difference of having just a dog or just cats in your home. I wanted to share this update for those of you who are interested in our animal kingdom and at the same time give you a glimpse of insight for those of you who are considering more than two pets in your life.

If you do not have enough to keep you busy or you have not been discouraged by my post. Then please go ahead and rescue a cat or two, or a dog or two, there are so many in local Rescue Organizations that are looking for a Forever Home!

The take away here is, that having pets is rewarding in itself, but just like anything in life you have to work at it every day and every moment. Just like being a Realtor you have to work hard and consistently for your clients.

So if you are looking for a Pet friendly Realtor in the Greater Los Angeles, please reach out to me directly at either via my mobile or via email. (310.486.1002 or

If you are considering buying or selling a home, a luxury home, luxury investment real estate, luxury vacation homes, or luxury beach properties in Southern California, Los Angeles, Century City, Westwood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Marina Del Rey, Venice or Malibu, feel free to contact me at me at 310.486.1002 (m) or or visit one of my websites at  I am a pet friendly realtor and I contribute a portion of my commission to local animal rescue organizations.

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