Anyway, when you look at the increase in spending per
capita, health care spending per person rises by 350 percent, vet
spending per dog rises by 335 percent, and vet spending per cat rises
by 340 percent.. So on this one, I think the conservatives have the
better argument, despite the flaws in the original evidence.
That is Scott Winship, here is more. Little did the blogosphere guess that this topic would turn so popular. I also liked the comment from the guy who wondered about the aging of America's pet population and whether illegal pet immigration might remedy the associated fiscal problems.