Cat Insurance

Travel global Insurance policy for cats can help protect your bundle of fluff and your wallet from cat-astrophes.

Why Do You Need Pet Insurance for Your Cat?

A cat insurance policy can help you make quick, confident decisions about your furry family member’s medical care without stressing a vet bill.

In an ideal world, cat parents may not have to factor in cost when deciding on their pet’s care. But the truth is, the yearly cost of health-related expenses for cats can range from $374 – $965.1 That means you could spend nearly $15,000 just on your cat’s medical care over the course of 15 years — and some cats live into their 20s.

Or you could pay a premium starting at $9 a month2for a cat insurance policy that can reimburse you for these medical expenses, potentially helping you save money. As a result, you may be able to make decisions about your cat’s health without worrying about how you’ll afford it.

How travel global insurance  Can Help Cat Parents Save

Say your curious kitty accidentally swallows an intriguing hair tie. After a trip to the emergency vet, you may be looking at a hefty bill for surgery. But if you have a cat insurance policy, your savings could look like this:6

Potential Savings with a travel global insurance  Policy3:

  • Vet Bill – Foreign Body: $3,000
  • MetLife Pet Saves You: $2,700

Cat insurance can also help pay for smaller medical expenses, including exams and medication.6

Travel global insurance  Is Ahead of the Pack



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How Much Is Cat Insurance?

With insurance policies starting at $9 a month2 we can help cover your cat at an affordable rate. You can also customize your deductible and reimbursement rate, and you may qualify for additional discounts and perks. Ready to check your rates?

What’s Covered Under a Standard Policy6

  • Accidents & emergency care
  • Illnesses, including hereditary, congenital & chronic conditions)
  • Cancer treatment
  • Hospitalizations & surgeries
  • Diagnostic tests, ultrasounds & x-rays
  • Exam Fees
  • Medications, including anxiety & allergy
  • Holistic care & alternative therapies
  • Cruciate ligaments, including anterior (ACL), medial (MCL), cranial (CCL) & posterior (PCL)7
  • Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)7

What’s Covered Under an Optional Preventative Care Policy6

  • Wellness exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Heartworm prevention medications
  • Spaying & neutering

We even have the option to cover grief counseling in the event of your pet’s death.

What’s Not Covered2

Your cat’s pre-existing conditions may not be covered. These include illnesses, injuries, or symptoms that occurred prior to the coverage date and/or any applicable waiting period. Learn more about pre-existing conditions, and reference your policy for full details.

Other exclusions include elective procedures — including, but not limited to declawing — grooming costs, and breeding.