The concept of responsible finances is simple: don’t spend more than you have or you’ll end up with a bounty hunter on your tail. But sometimes it isn’t so easy to stick to this rule, especially when a loved one’s well-being is on the line and you’re short on midi-chlorians. Take your pet for example. Anyone with a furry sidekick (Wookiee or not) will know— when your pal is in trouble, you want to be there to back them up.
Ready are you? What know you of ready? –Yoda
Many unprepared pet owners take out credit and pay for procedures they can’t afford to save their pet, but IT’S A TRAP! When something unexpected happens, you shouldn’t rely on luck to help you get through. Interest rates alone are enough to put you into financial ruin faster than the Millennium Falcon completed the Kessel run. Prepare financially ahead of time with medical insurance for your cat or dog.
In my experience, there’s no such thing as luck. –Obi-Wan Kenobi
While we all hope nothing will happen to our sidekick, not every pet is that lucky. Impossible to see, the future is…so why not make your own luck and prepare yourself, and your finances, for the unexpected. That way, you can focus on getting them the best care, rather than worrying about a Jabba the Hutt-sized credit card bill.
So if a Wampa gets your Tauntaun or a gate comes down on your Rancor, you know you can get them the best veterinary care possible and, unlike Governor Tarkin, you won’t have to sign an order to terminate a life.
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