Cat Insurance Cover
Cover your cat with comprehensive insurance for accidents and illnesses.
Do you have a pedigree Burmese or a moggy? Whatever the breed (or crossbreed), your cat is precious to you and you will do anything to give her a long, happy and healthy life. Surewise.com helps you in that respect by providing cat insurance with different cover levels: Accident Only, Essential Time-Limited policy, Bronze, Silver, Gold, catering to all medical needs and budgets. Not only is our cat insurance comprehensive but you can also choose between different payment plans, including interest-free monthly payments.
Whether you have a pampered indoor cat or an adventurous outdoor explorer, your cat’s health is protected with our selection of pet insurance plans. Get a quote now and buy lifetime insurance cover for your cat, so that you can keep on providing her with the best medical care into her senior years.
Key Benefits of Our Cat Insurance Policies:
- Accident-only cover for cats (£46.48)
- Time-limited policy provides comprehensive cover for 12 months
- Emergency medical expenses abroad up to £1000*
- Vet fees up to £6000 per condition*. Includes dental treatment as a result of an accident, CT/MRI scans, prescription diet and cruciate ligament and bilateral conditions.
- Death from illness and accident
- International travel up to 12 months*
- Multi-cat pet insurance discount of 10% when you insure 2 cats
- Ongoing treatment for serious illnesses
- Holiday cancellation
- Advertising and reward for lost or stolen pets up to £1000*
- Loss of PETS Passport
- Boarding fees up to £1000*
- Easy SMS claims process
- Insurance claims conveniently settled with your vet
- Lifetime pet insurance cover for kittens to older cats
*Maximum costs or limits allowed for Gold cat insurance policies.
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Complementary Medicine Benefits Included in all Policies
When you buy cat insurance from Surewise.com, not only do you get cover for accidents, injuries and illnesses, but you also get cover for complementary treatment options, including:
- Behavioural therapy
- Chiropractic treatment
- Herbal medicine
The only proviso is that complementary treatment must be provided by a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB) or registered professional practitioners. Accepted professional associations and organisations for cat practitioners include:
- Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT)
- Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC)
- Canine and Feline Behaviour Association (CFBA)
- Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP)
- International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT)
- International Vet Chiropractic Association (IVCA)
- McTimony Chiropractic Association
- National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP)
Successful claims are contingent on you meeting certain conditions, for example:
- Your cat must be update with all her vaccinations, including feline infectious enteritis, feline influenza and feline leukaemia.
- Treatment must be sought timeously and not unnecessarily delayed until your cat’s condition becomes dire.
- You need to take all due care to ensure your cat’s safety, health and well-being.