Thanks for the toys!- From the adopted animal
Positives: We could curb the needless killing of homeless animals and lower the burden on shelters. People will be happier and healthier; studies show animals lower blood pressure and lower stress.
Absolutely! If people can get deductions for having kids, why can’t I get deductions for my cats? My cats are my kids. In fact, my cats are better than most people’s kids. They get great care from me, and they don’t use any public services so to speak. They don’t go to school. They don’t use the roads. Where we have a problem is that people can’t be allowed to hoard animals in order to get more deductions and we’re not sure how well the animals are being treated. In order to get deductions, I think you need to show that your pet is up to date on all their shots or vaccinations or that your pet gets their annual checkup with the vet. Just as the government wants children to be well-cared for, they should also want pets to be well-cared for and treated humanely. Continue reading