As a cat owner, I know how important it is to provide the veterinary care that my cats need in the event of an emergency. We want to be prepared for any incidents forthcoming, but most emergencies are unpredictable. When a catastrophic illness happens at the least expected time during our own financial crisis, it is reassuring if we have the resource that provides financial help for veterinary emergencies.
The most common question about insurance for pets is whether your pet really needs it. Buying insurance policies for your feline companion is similar to buying insurance for yourself. You are gambling over the possibility that your pet may need the coverage whereas your insurance company is betting on the odds that you will never need it. However, having your pets insured does give you the peace of mind and comfort that your cat will be taken care of should there be any catastrophic illness.
The most prominent pet insurance agencies are:
If you are a recipient of state Medicaid, Medicare, a welfare/other public assistance program, some form of Disability benefits, or unemployment benefits in the United States, you can apply for this non-profit program to receive financial assistance for your feline medical emergency care.