She may hold a place on Forbes' Young Hollywood's Top-Earning Stars list, but Abigail Breslin has to earn her allowance like any other kid. The My Sister's Keeper actress celebrated her thirteenth birthday in April, and in her house that meant her allowance increased by $1. She earns her age in weekly allowance, and the chores she must fulfill for the $13 might sound familiar to what you had to do as a kid. Abigail described her duties to People magazine and said,
My chores have gotten a little heavier. My brother used to always to feed the cat and now I feed the cat, which isn't a big deal, but it kind of is, because my cat eats tons. It's like an all-day long cycle.
What chores did you have to do growing up? And did you get an allowance for completing them?