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This is from the cat scan of a massive stroke I suffered in May. I had a 4% chance of survival, a 0.16% chance of not showing or suffering any indications of a stroke. I was supposed to be paralyzed if I survived. Was back at work in 2 weeks. I seem perfectly fine, it is creeping doctors out.
Pets are expensive, both with food and vet costs.
$150-200 is a general monthly cost that would account food, checkups, preventative care and emergency care.
They are HUGE financial commitments.
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