Cats for Senior Citizens Who Can’t Afford Them

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Many elderly people live by themselves and feel isolated, which leads to depression and sometimes even a decline in physical health. Having a cat significantly decreases the loneliness and also connects people to the wider community; pets beget interaction and conversation. The problem is that a lot of senior citizens can’t afford the added expense […]
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