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October 21, 2008 4:43 AM

Pets fall prey to tighter household budgets

The tears flow these days at local animal shelters as more families say goodbye to Fido or Felix, the beloved household pets. They are not crying because the ever-protective dogs or cuddly cats have grown old and their health is failing. They are crying because they can’t afford to keep them anymore.

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