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[*] Post 314811 posted on 5-1-2008 at 07:34 Reply With Quote
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A Japanese company is offering its employees a monthly "pet allowance" to help with the upkeep of their cats and dogs.

Kyoritsu Seiyaku is offering its pet-owning employees about $9 (4.70) per month, and hopes the system will spread to other Japanese firms.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/7172050.stm

Kyoritsu Seiyaku makes animal medicine so I assume owning pets is part of their jobkewl_glasses
I wonder if they give pet insurance as well?
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[*] Post 314813 posted on 5-1-2008 at 09:21 Reply With Quote


I would imagine they offer a discount for employees.
But so often the high fees at a vets are the consultation fees.

E,G Candy's normal fee at the moment is 57 a visit. 54 of that being the consult and 3 for tablets><
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[*] Post 314818 posted on 5-1-2008 at 11:17 Reply With Quote


It's the vet bills that would put me off having a pet again.
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