Why did you find it necessary to include the price of the vaccinations?
I'll sit here and wait for your answer.
Oh, and congratulations on your new cats.
Oh Gus! Thank you for your heartfelt concern about my vet bills. My cat population in my home increased two-fold. That was the bill for the first shots. I have to take them back for their booster shots in November. ($$$)
Because my two new girls were OUTSIDE cats and were mingled with my INSIDE cats, the vet recommended deworming all my cats. Okay. ($$$)
I have to buy more spot and stain remover and more Frebreeze due to Sally's piles on the floor. ($$$) I have to rent a carpet shampooer. ($$$) I have to buy twice as much more cat food. ($$$) I have to buy twice as much more cat litter. ($$$) I scoop and scoop litter all day long . . . .
When I clipped Sally's claws for the first time, I noticed that her two middle toes on her front right paw are deformed. Poor baby. When I take her in for her booster shots, I have to get the vet to look at the toes. ($$$) I suppose there will be x-rays and maybe toe surgery in her future. ($$$)
Then there will be the first heat cycle and the yowling . . . oh the pitiful yowling. I have to get them spayed. More vet bills. ($$$)
And then there are cat toys and scratchers and my man refuses to buy a new couch until the cats are declawed. Oh no. I see big arguments in the future. Getting two more cats was a huge responsibility. I might have to go back to work full-time to support my cat family. Woe is me. LOL