Since I pay for Fin by myself, and I only work part-time as I’m a full-time college student, I try to get discounts where I can, and along the way, have found some great tips to share with you if you’re looking to spend a little less, but still get the best for your kitty, or kitties, since multiple cats especially tends to get a little expensive. Continue reading
Of course, there’s always financial responsibility. In my case, I’m planning to pay for Fin all by myself. So the research comes in handy once again.
Initial costs for a cat are different for everyone; purebred cats are often a lot more expensive than a rescue, but that doesn’t make them better cats by definition. There are many articles that can be found online to find out what better suits your needs and lifestyle, so look at those before you decide what kind of cat you want.