Folks, pet care insurance is a great way to shave off stress during the difficult time of a pet s illness. I have insurance on all my guys (4) and althougMessage 1 of 3 , Nov 3, 2008View SourceFolks, pet care insurance is a great way to shave off stress during the difficult time of a pet's illness. I have insurance on all my guys (4) and althoug it's close to 80.00 a month, every vet visit I send in my claim and it's paid for itself already.
I use www.petcareinsurance.com.
I'll be thinking of Simon, we understand your grief and hollowness. I'm glad you have Snickers...
Darlene E. Handley
---- johnr6697 <johnr6697@...> wrote:
> It was the end of September I signed on here and posted questions
> about my cat, Simon's sudden illness and death 3 days later. I didn't
> visit Yahoo for a few weeks and came back to find several personal
> messages in may email box. I'd like to thank those for the kind
> messages. I hope nobody feels I ignored them.
> Losing Simon was the most difficult moment of my life to date and my
> life has not been easy. Since I chose a solitary life, he was my
> immediate family. I have had Snickers for 2 and a half years so I'm
> not totally alone.
> If I can leave with any advice, my advice for your pets is to have
> them checked so a developing condition can be caught and treated so
> your cat may have a prolonged life. Also, set aside emergency money
> in the case your pet gets ill and needs expensive treatments. $1,000
> to save is not all too much. If your not rich like me, the outlay of
> money for your pet's treatment can add to the stress you're already
> I'll be signing off this heart group since Simon is gone and 3 year
> old Snicker's ticker seems to be healthy.
> Thanks again, John
Hi I also have Vet insurance. I pay £130 a month for 13 cats.. Yes, it sounds a lot, but Milli had a vaccination sarcoma last year which had a bill ofMessage 1 of 3 , Nov 4, 2008View SourceHi
I also have Vet insurance. I pay £130 a month for 13 cats.. Yes, it sounds a
lot, but Milli had a vaccination sarcoma last year which had a bill of £2800
for full treatment and it was paid directly to the hospital. I am struggling
with the insurance payment, have too many cats at the moment!! but it is
infinitely better than a massive bill like that.
Insurance pays a lot of my heart scan costs as well. I have insured all the
kittens waiting for homes because I know if I didn't, I`d have an emergency at
4am on a Sunday morning!
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