All about Bitty
Times are tough and many of us have less money coming in (income) but still have the same costs. This leaves most people with very little extra money to just ‘throw away’. This may cause some pet owners to become worried about how to provide for the health and well-being of their pets.
In this article we will try to help you structure your pet-related spending in a way that will keep both you and your pet in good shape. We will start by addressing the essential costs involved with keeping your pet healthy. Then we will mention some options that may help you afford these essential costs. Finally, we will look at what pet-related spending we can consider a luxury (non-essential).
The most important thing you can provide for your pet is health. Budgeting for an annual check-up and vaccinations is absolutely necessary.
- James Winham II
- Province, Country:
- TX, United States
- Brown-Point Long Haired Siamese
- Date of Birth:
- June 2001
- Date of Death
- Coat Colour:
- tawny beige/off-white with some dark brown
- Eye Colour:
- bright blue
You are missed by us and by your two kitties who still live with us, as well as by Princess. I hope you are with your last litter of kitties who passed away in Sept. 2004 due to anemia. I wish I knew why you died, you seemed fine that morning before I left, and before I came home, I was told neighbors found your body lying in the yard unmoving, and then you were buried by the family before I even came home to say a final goodbye to you. I miss your thick fur and how you rubbed against my legs while talking to me. Muffin is feeling better after a bout of illness, and Mandy is ornery as ever but is as talkative as you are, though they resemble you, they do not take your place. I love you and miss you,