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The new Scooby snack? Health insurance.
A recent survey found that people are three times more likely to have insurance for their pets’ health as they are to have critical illness cover for themselves.
According to a survey conducted in the U.K. by the insurer Halifax, 18% of respondents have taken out pet insurance while just 6% have critical illness cover, Yahoo! Finance News reported Tuesday.
The survey suggests “the volume of new pets being acquired during coronavirus lockdowns may have encouraged people to purchase protection for their animals,” according to the news outlet.
The Louisiana State University is on the hook for $20,000 in sanctions plus legal fees after it sent to collections a man’s vet bill that stemmed from a sick stray cat named Hemi who lived for only a few weeks following his visit to the vet.