My 3 year old male cat had developed urethral obstruction and required catheterization. But after a day or two at home it obstructed again, and the vet recommended perineal urethrostomy.
Between Atticus's vet, who performed the catheterization, and the emergency vet performing the surgery, charges exceeded $5000.00.
I could not believe how quickly Trupanion responded to the claims. Moreover, very unlike VPI, the initial insurer that I had my cats registered with, Trupanion is precisely as it advertises -- even better.
I'm very pleased with them, and it's wonderful to have the assurance that my cats will be cared for when situations like this come to surface.