Cats are priceless so that means everyone should go bankrupt spoiling their furry little friends to the best of their ability. Since not everyone is willing to bankrupt themselves for the sake of their cat, you might want to know how much a cat will cost you before you decide to adopt one.

Beyond adoption fees, veterinarian bills, and cat supplies, you can expect to spend $800 – $1,000 dollars a year owning a cat. That also includes the cost of food and litter.

Don’t think of the cost of a cat. Think of the benefits. Then weigh whether the benefits are worth the cost (they are).

To learn more about the cost of owning a cat, click here.