16.1. Members/Tenants are not permitted to keep more than two (2) pets on their Properties.
16.2. Pets that are not allowed on the Premises or any of the Properties include wild animals and any farm animals. In circumstances that a Member feels that they have a right to have an exotic pet (i.e. reptiles, birds) as a pet, an application should be lodged to Management for approval. The limitation on the number of pets will still have to be adhered to, as stipulated in clause 16.1 above.
16.3. When being walked on the Common Property, animals must always be on a leash and under the control of the Member/Tenant.
16.4. Boundary walls must be of such a nature to contain the animal/pet.
16.5. For protection and identification, all dogs and cats when outside the erf, must wear a collar with a tag indicating the owner’s name and contact details.
16.6. Members/Tenants keeping animal/s or pet/s should ensure that the animal/pet is of a nature that it does not cause a disturbance or threat to their fellow Members/ Tenants, visitors, Employees or the like.
16.7. Animal/pet owners must ensure that their animals/pets are not causing a disturbance/nuisance to the neighbourhood. Animals/pets roaming the Premises may be deemed as stray, if not collared and tagged with the owner’s details and may be removed from the Premises to prevent them from becoming a nuisance to the community and the environment.
16.8. The removal of any excrement deposited by any pets outside the erven or Property is the immediate and sole responsibility of the owner of the animal/pet to dispose of such excrement. Any such excrement may not be disposed of on the sidewalks, streets, protected Common Property, and undeveloped erven or any servitude areas.
16.9. Cats are natural predators and are difficult to control. To avoid disturbance and degradation of wildlife on the Premises, it is always compulsory for cats to wear a mechanical bell or a similar device producing effective amplification to alarm wildlife when approached.
16.10. The Management reserves the right to demand from owners of an animal/pet, to remove the animal/pet from the Premises, should that animal/pet in the view of or judgement of Management become a nuisance and/or a threat to the Members/Tenants.
16.11. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section C (Disputes), Management has the right to call on the Municipal Health Department for investigation and action if a Member or Tenant, being the owner of the animal/pet does not act on instructions of the Management.