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December 29, 2005


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Don't forget about emergency pet visits.

One of our cats was attacked by a dog and within 48 hours had over a thousand dollars in vet bills for emergency treatment and surgery.

We recently had to put another cat down. This was after another thousand dollars in diagnostic tests to find out what was wrong with her.

About 2 years ago, I decided to drop nearly $2000 on a stray cat I found with a broken leg, and since the couple of surgeries, she's really been a great companion to have around. $2000 is a ton of money, and I didn't really think of the cost at the time (I was still in college on scholarships so I wasn't really worried about it) but it's been worth it in the long run. What blows my mind the most, though, are the people that spend thousands getting purebred pets and then neglect them...

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