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Pet Insurance from a Pet's Point of View

Hello everybody! My name is Sparky. Why I couldn’t be named Roofus or Spartacus is a story for another time. Today I am stealing the computer of my owner to write a blog for Comfort Insurance & Finances about my insurance, pet insurance. Am I glad I have it too!

Pet insurance is my invisible friend who helps me not get in too much trouble whenever I eat Sally’s toys. Sally is my best friend and the little human to my big humans. With pet insurance, my humans don’t think too much about all the money that the evil veterinarian tries to take because my invisible friend brings it back to them. So, I get to run around in the mud, eat Sally's toy (I don’t know why they also taste like whatever my human’s food smells like), and the forbidden toilet water (I am a connoisseur of danger sir).

How does it work, you ask? Well, my invisible friend doesn’t talk to me, but I call him a friend because they help me, they talk to my humans. It is after meeting my invisible friend that has given them moneys for the money they give the evil veterinarian. After reaching a Deductible (I think that’s what they call it) the money given to the sinister veterinarian returns to the bank of my humans. But for some reason, they always talk about how much they give my invisible friend a month in premiums? OHHH, could they be giving my friend treats? That’s no fair, I am a good boy too! Well, I guess it’s fair though because my friend helps me get all sort of things like:

  • Breed-specific condition

  • Cancer treatment diagnostic testing and imaging (e.g. X-ray, Ultrasound, MRI)

  • Surgery, hospitalization, and nursing care

  • Complementary therapies and rehabilitation

  • ER and specialist care

  • Veterinary exam fees

  • Prescription drug coverage

I am glad I have my invisible friend because they help keep me safe and my humans get to keep me and their moneys. Well, I have to go now as my humans will be returning soon, and I think I just heard the mailman trying to do something to our mailbox. Goodbye everyone, and remember to keep your pets safe!

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