DUTCH BECOMES RESPONSIBLE

13775623_10210514849894370_8138195000925762639_nIt’s extremely important to spay or neuter your pet. There are far too many unwanted animals in the world. The Shelters and Pounds unfortunately do not make it any easier. They do ask exorbitant fees to adopt an animal. I understand the costs of feeding, medicating, housing, transporting and Vet fees. I also know¬†that a large percentage of Vets volunteer their services, food and blankets are also donated, and some states like mine have even received money from the government.

I applied for a voucher to help with Dutch’s neuter costs. Even with the voucher from the State it cost $256 to have him neutered. He looks like he’s sleeping but he’s actually proof reading my blog. He does have an odd habit of licking the couch repeatedly until it’s one big wet spot that I of course lean into. It must be the material.

Either way I’m glad I have him. Yes, he’s a pain in the ass. But the love I get in return is worth every time he jumps on my bladder or pees on my flip flops.

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