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All those chew toys your pets love and those Halloween costumes your pets HATE BEYOND BELIEF really add up.

A new study found it costs about $111 per month to own a dog or cat.  That’s because of everything from food and toys to vet bills and medicine.

And since pets live an average of 10 years, that’s $13,320 total.  So keep that in mind going in . . . you could get your eighth cat or save for a Kia.

The survey also found that unfortunately 26% of people use the term “fur baby” when they’re talking about their pet.  And 23% will call their pet their “son” or “daughter.”

(Yahoo News)

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