” This is usually followed by “how much does a kitten cost?” Unfortunately, these are the wrong questions to ask. The right question is: which type of pet should you get when it comes time for your second or third cat?
The answer varies depending on whether you have one cat already and know what kind of personality this particular feline has, or if you want to find out in advance about how an animal will interact with other pets and children. If there are no animals currently in your household, then there are several options to consider before making any purchases. You can also get information from local organizations that help match people who need assistance with available rescue cats or kittens at reduced rates through adoption programs.