Cat Discovered With Fractured jaw Finds his Happily Ever After Home

 

Here’s a story I’m sharing from our friends at Katzenworld. I think it highlights the importance of having pet insurance or an emergency fund set aside in case something awful happens to our kitties. – Rose and The Kitty Krew 😺

 

Cat Discovered With Fractured jaw Finds his Happily Ever After Home A young cat, who was discovered with a fractured jaw, has now found the purrfect new home. The ginger feline was first discovered by a member of the public near Wembley Park in North West London in February this year. The two-year-old, named Simba, [more …]

Source: Cat Discovered With Fractured jaw Finds his Happily Ever After Home – Katzenworld

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4 thoughts on “Cat Discovered With Fractured jaw Finds his Happily Ever After Home

  1. I can’t stress enough how important pet insurance is!!!

    A friend at work is about to adopt a 9 year old cat and I’ve been trying to get her to understand it’ll be difficult to find an insurance that will take on a cat older than 7. (I think really only Agria takes them on as a new insured cat. Most of others you would have had to be on lifetime insurance prior to the year 7.

    People totally underestimate the costs involved in veterinary care as they assume it works a bit like the NHS. 🙀

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    • I absolutely agree with you Marc. I think we’re very lucky to have our NHS system. Because we do have that free healthcare, we often don’t realise the costs involved in treating our pets, should they become poorly or have an accident. All seven of our fur-babies are insured.

      I have heard of people who put money into a saving account each month instead of getting insurance. I prefer to know I have good insurance policies in place. We’ve found it helpful with Cookie’s epilepsy.

      I know Petplan were insuring older pets, but only for a year at a time. So if the pet, for example, developed diabetes, only its first year with the illness would be covered with the insurance. This was the case when we had Sweepy, so may have changed now.

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