Consumer Analysts: Bucket of Cats Not As Big As In Past
According to a new report from the American Consumers Bureau, a special interest group protecting the rights of consumers, a bucket of cats is now 15% smaller than it was 10 years ago.
“It used to be that buying cats by the bucket was the most economical way to purchase felines,” said Todd Borisov, a spokesperson for the ACB. ”But now we’ve found that manufacturers have cut the size of those buckets by up to 15% over the past decade, without any corresponding change in cost. In fact, in some cases the price has gone up!”
The ACB now recommends adopting cats from your local animal shelter as the most cost-efficient way to acquire kitties.