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18 year old dogs surrendered at carson shelter! bonded pair seniors will take their final walk of life

You Can Still Get Life Insurance If You Are Sick

A lot of the insurance companies that provide traditional life protection policies often refuse to provide life protection for seniors who have pre-conditions. A serious illness poses a high risk to your life, not to mention the fact that advanced age also contributes to that increased risk. These are the main reasons an insurance company will decline your life insurance application.

Having a pre-condition does not mean you are left without life coverage at all, though. There are many insurance companies that do provide insurance for people who cannot or do not want to undergo a health exam. This type of insurance, often called no medical life insurance, does not require a medical examination for qualification; however, this feature also makes the price of this type of insurance higher, compared to a traditional life protection policy.

There are two types of life insurance policies that do not require a health exam: guaranteed issue and simplified issue. Guaranteed issue insurance plan requires no medical tests and no medical questions; that means that you are approved for this insurance automatically, but you will have to wait two years before the policy starts to work. Simplified issue insurance requires you to answer a series of questions, but there is no medical examination, and the policy provides coverage from day one.

The Bottom Line: Life Insurance Is a Reasonable Choice for Seniors

Progress in technology and healthcare are making it possible for people all over the world to live longer lives. That is why the senior population is outnumbering the population of younger people, and it is also why more life coverage alternatives have to come into play. Before these changes, one could not afford life insurance if they were older than 60 or 70 years of age. Now, it is no longer an issue - older people no longer have to worry about leaving their families with nothing but emotional and financial distress when they are gone. Life insurance is a helpful hand thanks to which you can be sure your family, children, and spouse are financially secure.

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Bonded pair ❤️❤️❤️

LADY and DIAMOND were dropped off at Carson Shelter by their previous owner on Sept 20. These sweet seniors do not deserve to be in a shelter in their senior years, and they need to get out as soon as possible! LADY is 18 years old and is a small girl at just 26 pounds.


DIAMOND is 10 years old and 26 pounds. The previous owner said they are GOOD WITH KIDS but did not leave any other information. The hard concrete floor of the shelter is no place for a sweet senior to try to rest.

#A5220864 My name is LADY and I'm an approximately 18 year old female Dachshund. I am already spayed. I have been at the Carson Animal Care Center since 9/20. I will be available on 9/20. You can visit me at my temporary home at C221. My former family who owned me for had to give me up because they just weren't up for the responsibility of a pet.

#A5220863 My name is DIAMOND and I'm an approximately 10 year old female Shih Tzu. I am already spayed. I have been at the Carson Animal Care Center since 9/20. I will be available on 9/20. You can visit me at my temporary home at C221. My former family who owned me for had to give me up because they just weren't up for the responsibility of a pet.

🔹 Dachshund 🔹 AGE:18 years
🔹 Shih Tzu 🔹 AGE:10 years
🔹 All Female (S)
🔹 ARRIVED:9/20
🔹 AVAILABLE ON: 9/20
🔹 Carson Shelter - 310-523-9566
🔹 M-TH 12pm-7pm, F-SU- 10am-5pm
🔹 216 W Victoria St. Gardena, CA 90248


Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Carson Shelter - 310-523-9566, and reference the shelter ID #A5220864 and #A5220863.

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