Tuesday, February 12, 2013

I'd like a tax deduction for my cats please

I see no reason why I shouldn't be allowed to claim my cats as dependents on my taxes. I feed them, I clean their litter box, I buy special cat tooth brushes and cat tooth paste, I buy them expensive cat food that's good for their teeth, I brush them, I spend a fortune at the vet. I see no reason why I shouldn't be allowed to claim them with all the work I do.

The whole point is that I'm pretty sure Bosco needs dental work again. I'm assuming it will cost me at least a grand. I'm going to ask them if they take payment via black market organs. I do have two kidneys. Basically it's the government's fault if I have to start selling organs.

I'm sure you can relate if you have pets. They're my responsibility and I'm going to take care of them no matter what, it's just a tad painful thinking about how much money they cost you sometimes.

Also, if you have any tips about how to brush your cat's teeth I'm all ears.

8 comments:

  1. Not sure about a cat, but we used to have to brush our dog's teeth because of gum issues...It was nasty, teeth stuff bothers me, lol.

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    1. it's hard trying to brush an animals teeth!

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  2. That is a great idea! I wanna get some cats and do that too!

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  3. I hear you! Our vet just recommend we get a friend for Pinkerton. I view veterinarians like used car salesmen, always out to make a profit. But we did learn that he likes to brush his own teeth. Go figure.

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  4. Preach Sister! I pay more in medical bills and food for my dogs than I do for me. What we do for fuzzy little love.

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    1. I know! See this is why we should be able to count them as a dependent.

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