Closet Mold Damage
I am currently caught up in a conflict with my previous landlord over the
extensive mold I found in my walk-in closet. When I complained, they
evicted me and blamed me for the mold. They said that they found cat urine
on the carpet, and that was what caused the mold. I think they are making
up excuses, because I never left the closet door open because I didn't
want my cat to get in the closet. Also, they have had several water line
problems for which they have had to shut off the complex's water in order
to fix. They also say that there are no pipes anywhere near the closet,
which I find hard to believe considering my bathroom is next to the
closet. They even knocked holes in the wall between the bathroom and
closet. They have a letter from some supposed professional saying that the
mold was due to my neglect, and the cat urine. Seriously, can cat urine
cause mold? Oh, and this doesn't start to touch on the constant headaches
I've had, horrible nosebleeds, etc..
A. If the cat urine left a specific area of carpet and padding beneath wet
for at least 24 hours, it is possible for mold to start growing from the
moisture provided by the pet's urine. If mold is growing on or in carpet,
there is a possibility of your cat having caused the
problem. Molds can be caused by
water problems resulting from pets, and
pets can become sick from molds that may be inside the pet owner's home or
apartment. Pet mold can be a very big problem. But you kept your cat out
of the closet! If mold is growing inside or on closet walls, such
mold growth could only result from the
closet walls being wet for more
than 24 hours. It is not likely that your cat was wetting walls or inside
walls. Because of your health problems arising from the rental unit mold
and because of the allegations against you by the landlord, you should
consider hiring a
mold lawyer to represent you in this mold and pet issue.
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