Stop and think of all the purchases you’ve made to keep your cats healthy. Maybe you bought your cats from a breeder, or you might have paid adoption fees. Then there’s the spay/neuter surgery and vaccinations. New cats need toys and scratching posts, food and water bowls. They need litterboxes and litter. It adds up to a nice little chunk of change over the years, right?
Well, be glad for the investments you’ve made in your cats because they boost your own health in some surprising ways.
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