Avoid - daylight robbery


Paid insurance for our cat since he was 6 months old. Never had to use it until he had to have a tooth out at nearly 14 years of age plus overnight stay, X-rays and bloods taken. His treatment is still ongoing. We have paid close to £800 so far only to find they don't even cover tooth extractions. There is so much small print that it's a wonder pets are covered for anything at all. We are cancelling ours in June. Spent thousands on insurance with no benefit whatsoever . Daylight robbery.


Domestic Short Hair


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Posted: 12/09/2017

No one covers dental treatment as standard