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When the newest incarnation of Disney’s “101 Dalmatians” is released in May, the protagonists may just want to hand those spotted puppies over to Cruella de Vil if they knew it would cost nearly $750,000 to insure the dogs for their lifetime.
It might sound far-fetched, but British financial comparison website GoCompare found that it would cost more than $60,000 a month to insure 101 dalmatians, due in part to their London residence, vaccine requirements and medical conditions common to the breed, reported the Manchester Evening News.
For many, that cost would be impawsible.
Afraid to speak your mind? Worried over that ill-timed, unintentional gaffe? Afraid you will lose your job now? Insurance could be the answer, writes the executive editor of the news website deadline.com.