Paying the price of pet ownership means planning ahead

Too many animals end up abandoned in shelters because their owners didn't consider the costs of caring for cats and dogs before they adopted, writes New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan. He writes that preparation should include an understanding of pet insurance that can offset the costs of veterinary care, including what policies do cover and what they don't.

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