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Texas
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Posted - 06/02/2010 :  2:33:29 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Several years ago I did a Refi in CA. The owners had one older dog and a new pup, I say new pup because it was taken from its mother to soon. The older dog really didnt care for its new room mate so she didnt go near it. While trying to get through the signing the new pup was crying up a storm , I couldnt handle it so I got up, picked up the pup (maybe 4 weeks old) placed it in my lap and proceeded with the closing.
The signers were surprised #1 the pup quit crying and #2 the older dog jumped up on the couch I was sitting on and layed next to me and placed her head in my lap just enough to touch the new pup.
The world was all right again. I was there for nearly 2 hours one hour for the closing and the 2nd hr to help the signers understand the process of the new and old dogs. what was really great was a few months later they called to tell me the dogs were getting along great and neither dog went any where without the other. Needless to say it brought tears to my eyes.
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crtowles

California
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Posted - 05/27/2010 :  11:25:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I had a signing a few years back where an adorable little dog (shit-su p??) was very ill and dying of cancer. He only had days to live. So very sad. But when I came in the house he actually got up, wagged his little tail and sat by me for the entire time. The owners were in awe and disbelief because he had not gotten up for weeks. What an honor he bestowed on me. I cried like a baby.

Carmen
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Lisa T.

California
391 Posts

Posted - 05/25/2010 :  3:45:28 PM  Show Profile  Visit Lisa T.'s Homepage  Reply with Quote
Usually, the pets are glad to see me, as if I'm there to visit them. One signer said her cat likes me, I must be a nice lady. She said her cat either immediately likes or dislikes a stranger entering her home. That's a great way to tell someone's disposition and the cat could alert her to someone dangerous, like if she hires a handyman and the cat acts up - that person could be dangerous.
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13442

South Carolina
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Posted - 05/24/2010 :  5:27:58 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I just did a Reverse Mortgage app....at a house that had 30 PLUS cats. They were friendly and sweet...but I almost died from the smell of the house. I have yet to figure out how all the litter boxes could be clean, the house be spotless and the house REEK. Needless to say, that app being approved is questionable. I had to go home, take a shower and wash everything I wore.

Melanie
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jbelmont

California
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Posted - 05/18/2010 :  03:24:37 AM  Show Profile  Visit jbelmont's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Have you ever gone to a signing, and a cat jumps on your lap and starts to purr? Then, she jumps on the table to help you sign the loans. Cats sometimes like being part of the action. Aparantly the right to cancel put "Esmerelda" to sleep -- and I thought loan documents were boring. So, Esmerelda takes a nap on the right to cancel with her furry tail hanging down off the table. How lovely!
By the way, I do paw printing on the side.

Do you guys have any fun pet signing stories?

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