Does it seem like owning a pet is very expensive these days? Whenever we're at the vet, we never leave w/o at least a $180 or $300 bill. My cat is sensitive so she needs to be gassed to perform health exams, declaw was about 350, a new license (indoor cat) was around 100 and the vet put her on prescrip food that I can only buy if she's totally updated on everything even though she's ten and never leaves my bedroom. It's thirty bucks a month. I want proper care for my pet but this is ridiculous.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:11 PM on Sep. 17, 2009 in Pets
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I have a 15 year old Chihuahua. I can not count how much it has coasted us to bring him to the vet. He will be my last pet for a while or ever. I do not want the financial responsibility for a pet after he is gone to pet heaven.
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