I found another good infographic today about the cost of owning a pet. I think some of the things on there (health insurance) are optional, but it still does a pretty good job of capturing costs. No matter the cost, my furry children are worth every penny. Read the entire thing here.
May 18, 2014
Infographic: Cost Of Owning A Pet
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