Why pet owners should have a $2,000 end-of-life fund

Why pet owners should have a $2,000 end-of-life fund

My family recently had to say goodbye to our 14-year-old cat, Chester. Recently, we noticed he was limping and not himself. Turns out, it was cancer in the bones of a back paw. We ended up having him euthanized at home by an exceptionally nice vet.

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