Funny you should say hub like that, if you knew my address..... being it's a new development. It's still a green field in Google Earthsundaymorningstaple wrote:Scooby,
Yeah, it's the land of Hub's out here. Enterprise Hub, Water Hub, Eating Hub, Hubcaps, and last but not least Dormatory Hub! right back at ya!
Haha, then i know where........ you're right on the opposite side of the water treatment plant from me.sundaymorningstaple wrote:I wonder if we are in the same building! Cause my building is also a greenfield site on Google. Or it was the last time I checked anyway.
Just rechecked. It's more like a redfield site!
Certain (small) breeds of dogs, rabbits, hamsters, birds, fish etc yes.batgirl_cdn wrote:Can you have pets in HDB apartments?
boffenl wrote:I LOVE our HDB apt. in Clementi. We're close to the swimming complex, great food, good shopping and the "real" Singapore. HDB's are NOTHING like the "projects" back in Baltimore. We have beautifully renovated open spaces and great neighbors. We're sold on HDB's since they're at least half the price and twice the "experience" of living in a condo.
Addadude wrote:Certain (small) breeds of dogs, rabbits, hamsters, birds, fish etc yes.batgirl_cdn wrote:Can you have pets in HDB apartments?
For more details, see
http://www.hdb.gov.sg/fi10/fi10209p.nsf ... enDocument
How can you stop a stray cat, visiting your home? I've seen hundreds of cats in HDB....they just come and go, when they please! Maybe the gov.sg means no you cannot keep a cat, because they keep leaving all the timeCats, no.
They just caught one in Pasir Panjang yesterday! A Pangolin. It's a shame you could have gotten you wish. They are going to release it in the the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.durain wrote:how about an ant eater??! then i dont have to keep using shelltox!
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