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The dawn of the cat era

We have been talking about getting a pet. A dog would have been great, but I think they do need a quite a bit of attention and particularly consistent training at the start, which we knew we could not give. So we talked about getting a cat.Hubby had never had a pet before, so he had a lot of questions.“What kind of things will we need to get for it?”“How much will it cost to maintain it?”“How long can it live up to?”I duly answered his questions and did some research on the ones I wasn’t sure of… and when he was satisfied with the information, then came the best question yet…“Aaah, OK… cool, cool… so what can the cat do for us?”“Huh? do for us? He will love us lar! What do you mean?”“I mean like, what can it do… like maybe catch insects for us or something…”I burst out laughing.“Seriously, who knows… maybe can get some ROI or tax benefits for pest control or something”“You mean like put the cat in our investment property for it to catch insects? Pleeeease lar…no way, man!”But after su…

We’re getting a cat!

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