I paid premiums averaging $35 a month for my cat for four years without making a claim. He was injured recently, so I had to take him to the ER for treatment. The bill was close to $500. I submitted a claim, including the bill, doctor's notes, and his entire medical history. It took several days to process, and they only agreed to reimburse me for $32. I understood that the insurance only covered 80%, and that there was a deductible, but they also deducted the cost of the office visit as a regular checkup. A week or so later I got a check for $110, with an itemized list, that indicated the were now willing to reimburse me for part of the office visit. I deposited the check, and then I got an email the next day telling me that they had made a mistake and that I should not deposit the check. I responded that I had already deposited it. This morning I checked my bank balance and discovered that they had taken out the $110 and that I had been charged a $7.50 fee for a mistaken deposit. The premiums had been set to go up to $54 a month, so I had cancelled after finding how bad the coverage was. After being charged by my bank for their own mistake, I decided to let other people know not to buy this insurance to begin with. It is useless. Just save the premiums for a rainy day and you will come out ahead.