ASPCA saved our 3 year old cat!

10
Out of 10

After raising children and grandchildren, we picked a kitten out for us in our retirement years. She is loving, playful and smart. When we had our regular vet exam, he asked how often she threw up. We reported she threw up 1-2 times a month. He did a sonogram on the spot and detected a thickening of her small intestines. He suspected it could be cancer or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, which if neglected could lead to cancer. It was alarming and so upsetting that our Addie would only live a short time or require complex treatment even if it wasn't cancer. We tracked her vomiting which increased from twice to 8 times only two months later. The vet performed surgery and sent samples of the bowel for study. That surgery was $1700.00, something we could not afford on our fixed income. There was a complex regime that followed to rule out any other cause of her vomiting, again expensive. The biopsy results were negative for cancer, thankfully, but we still had to find the protocol for her nutrition, probiotics, and vitamins to safe guard her health and give her the best possible quality of life for as long as possible. We could not be more grateful for ASPCA Insurance. Because of the insurance, she has had outstanding care from a feline specialist who caught the signs of her illness at its onset. We could not have provided this treatment without help. Our claims were handled promptly, leaving us a payment within our reach, and any time we have had contact with a representative; they wer

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Injury/illness

Gastritis/vomiting

Claim Amount
Over $1000
Breed

American Shorthair

Age of Pet
1 - 8

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