I adopted this cute little Siamese Mix kitten named Simba from the shelter and immediately enrolled her in pet insurance as my last cat of 16 years died of cancer. She lived 16 healthy years till I broke the bank, and I vowed to buy pet insurance this time around. I researched the internet for different pet insurances and found many with all kinds of restrictions and conditions attached to them, so I went to a website that compared all of them(petinsurance.com) ,and found this one that rated a perfect 10. Well, I figured I could not go wrong. It was the consumer reports of the pet insurance world. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever expect the future that laid before me.
After respiratory infections and ear mites subsided,my Simba came down with every covered illness in the book. My veterinarian referred me to specialists at other localities that proceeded to give her MRI's, x-rays, an echocardiardiogram all fully covered at 90%. This poor little kitty from the shelter was getting top of the line care. We found out that she injured her back but she is recuperating excellently and is escalating to high spaces. The latest issue was a experiencing a devastating eye infection. Soon she will need a minor surgery for a luxating patella of one leg. This too will be covered at 90%.
The most wonderful thing of all is how much these people really care. As a former teacher I could tell that these people are real in there sense of purpose to save animals and h