A city in North Carolina has been ranked as the cheapest in the U.S. to own a pet.
The study took into account factors such as veterinary care costs, pet insurance, and pet-friendly housing options.
The city was found to have the lowest average veterinary care costs in the country.
Pet insurance in the city was also found to be significantly cheaper than the national average.
The city also had a high number of pet-friendly housing options, making it easier for pet owners to find suitable accommodation.
The study found that owning a pet in this city would cost an average of $1,134 per year, compared to the national average of $1,500.
The city's low cost of living and affordable pet ownership options make it an attractive destination for pet owners.