If you build it yourself, a cat enclosure can be an inexpensive way to keep your felines happy. And you want to keep them happy.
Many shelters turn away pets, and even if you find a place that would let you bring your animal on principle, would they really accept your pit bull?
A California woman will spend her $2 million scratch-off lottery prize on her animal rescue operation.
Spending on pets rises during the recession, and luxury hotels are ready to pamper your furry family members.
Bundle: Couples with kids spend 14% more than couples without.
We love our pets. And what says love like money?
No. But the holidays can be a great time to adopt one -- responsibly.
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