Letter from CAIRC
October 2001 Vol.5 No.5

Pets and Collective Housing Hotline

Questions About Keeping Pets in Housing Complexes?
Consult the Experts by Phone!
Specialists on Living with Pets in Collective Housing Provide Telephone Consultation Services Nov. 16-17

Time: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Nov. 16 (Fri.) and 17 (Sat.)
Number: 03-5772-4343 (Available only during the period noted above)
Sponsored by: the Companion Animal Information and Research Center

The Companion Animal Information and Research Center (CAIRC) will sponsor a two-day consultation service during Nov. 16-17 on issues related to keeping pets in collective housing. A team of specialists in veterinary medicine, law, building management and other areas will be on hand to answer questions from people who keep pets in collective housing, people in management unions, management companies, construction and real estate companies.

CAIRC conducts a range of activities in its ongoing effort to help promote harmonious coexistence between humans and companion animals. These activities have included distribution of the free textbook “Living with Dogs and Cats in Collective Housing,” and holding of symposia in Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka under the theme “Living with pets in Collective Housing”. In the course of these and other activities we have responded to numerous requests for consultation on a wide range of related problems. The two-day consultation service is part of our response to the demand for access to advice from experts such as those who will be on hand to answer your calls. We look forward to your participation.