Getting a pet can hurt your wallet. As they say, you should be willing to spend some dough if you are planning on taking care of a pet. From getting the right documents for them and taking them to the vet when they are sick to buying all necessities and accessories for them, you can expect to spend a bit —or a lot — when you get a pet.
While these animal companions can make a dent on your bank account, many owners barely notice the expenses. After all, they are fur babies that offer companionship for many people. Moreover, taking care of and playing with them can help relieve stress.
But did you know that you can spend thousands and hundreds of dollars just buying one? When the most expensive dog costs $2 million, does it come as any surprise that some cat breeds also cost a lot of money? Here is a list of 10 cat breeds that have exorbitant price tags.