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Q: should i put a ballet on animals?

October 16, 2008 | By Chrystal1331 | 9 answers | Expired: 2182 days ago

my mom and i were discusing how we should receive taxes on our pets. that if you take your pet to the vet for shots and a regular check up at least once a year you should receive 100 dollars in tax refound. but you have to also show record that you have had the animal mkore then a year. also no pigs cows and animals that you were going to kill for profit is aloud to receive the tax tho cus you would already be receivng money for/from that animal. i told her i loved the idea cus it would also help out all the humane societies, too. so how do you feel about the idea?

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Oct 16, 2008

This sound like a great Idea, and I sure would be happy about it since I have 4 dogs and a cat. The best thing to do would be to research it and make a plan to present. Sounds like a great project for you, ask your teachers for help, maybe you could also get credit in school for the project. Good luck.

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Anonymous
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Oct 16, 2008

That is a fantastic idea. People get refunds on themselves and dependants, why not for animals which are dependants as well. There is an article in the news area about NY (I think was the state) trying to make it so that you can put your pets under your company health insurance. Your idea is just as fantastic as that one.

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Veronica (Ronnie) G.
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Oct 23, 2008

That would be great. Even though health insurance and tax deductible expense are difficult for humans...so much money goes into the health care of our pets.

A couple of years ago, my cat needed to spend a week in the animal hospital. You know the $$$$'s for this. But I would do all I could for my pets...of course, if able.

The photo is of my gray Kitty that many vets said was a miracle recovery.

TY

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