With the festive period well and truly underway, we’d like to take a moment to wish you all a very happy Christmas and a fun and healthy 2022!
Let's take a moment to recognise everything our pets do for us
The last year has been difficult for many of us in so many ways, and although the Covid -19 challenges are not over yet I think we’re all hoping for a more normal Christmas in 2022 with friends and family. Let’s hope that Christmas is a happy and healthy one for us all and we get to enjoy it with the people and pets that matter to us.
I am sure, like me, when reflecting on the year past, one of the highlights is the enormous comfort and fun our pets have given us. Where would we be without them? I for one would not be as fit or as happy without our Digby and Wilbur. The routine of getting out with Digby every day come sun, rain, high winds, hail, or snow is so beneficial physically and helps me to keep everything in perspective. Wilbur (our cat) gives the best cuddles and lightens the mood on every zoom call he joins! I hope your pets bring you as much support as ours do.
Thank you for helping us to help pets in need by supporting the PDSA
At Christmas thoughts turn to those less fortunate than us, including pets in need of care. Thanks to your use of our site to find the right insurance, we have been able to send PDSA a Christmas donation to help fund their crucial work with animals and owners in need. Without your support this wouldn’t be possible, so thank you so much for taking the time to write a review and for clicking through links on our site to buy your insurance. Every sale completed pays us a small commission, meaning we are then able to make donations to support pets less fortunate than ours.
If you are getting a new pet for Christmas, please don’t forget to get your pet insurance sorted out, too. Take a look at compare cat insurance and compare dog insurance pages to find the insurance policy that will be right for you and your pets.
It only remains to say Happy Christmas and have a safe and healthy 2022!
Wilbur says Happy Christmas too!