With so many people stuck at home due to the coronavirus, pet adoptions have skyrocketed as people search for a furry companion to make their home more livable. Of course, adopting any animal has costs, so before you rush too fast into adopting a pet, make sure you can give your pet a good home and pay for it at the same time.

Beyond food bills, factor in the cost of veterinarian visits along with toys, pet beds, and other accessories needed to keep a pet happy. Cats need litter boxes along with a constant supply of litter.

Adopting a pet can brighten up your life, but make sure you can treat your pet well. Remember, life will eventually return to normal so make sure you put your pet’s priorities ahead of your own because that’s what cats expect out of you anyway.

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