VPI- please add ferret to your questions below- I had to pick cat because my choices were only dog or cat. Thanks! Marshmallow my little ferret was withdrawn and not eating, not like her at all. I brought her to the vet, who after X-rays and ultrasound found that Marshmallow had a blockage. Marshmallow had surgery that evening and the vet removed a cosmetics tip applicator from her. I never thought I would actually need insurance, but thankfully I had it and was able to get my baby the care that she needed. I will never be without insurance for my pets. VPI reimbursed me $930, which more than covers the cost of Marshmallow's insurance for years to come. Very much worth it both financially and for peace of mind. Thank you VPI.