We've been doing some serious thinking. We hope Jan is going to be around for a long time, but what will we do if she isn't? The bills will still come due. The funeral home will want a big deposit. Who will pay all the funeral expenses? More importantly, how will we pay for our food while we grieve? We do eat a lot, you know!
So we looked into life insurance for Jan and found a company online called BurialInsurance.org.
We're kind of new to this insurance thing, so we were intrigued by the types of insurance they sell: Funeral Insurance, Senior Life Insurance, Affordable Life Insurance, No Medical Exam Life Insurance, and Burial Insurance for Seniors.
We have a couple of questions for them. 1) Does Affordable Life Insurance mean we furries can insure Jan for whatever pocket change she drops on the floor and can't bend over to reach each month? 2) Why isn't there a category for Jan - insurance for the Forgetful and Creaky?
We checked on burial insurance by state and found in Georgia we could insure Jan even if she's 90 years old. We think she passed that age at least 240 years ago, but maybe they could make an exception.
If you live in the United States and you or your loved one is a senior, you can check out resources for them at USA.gov.
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