Vet fees for a cat
A stray cat moved in with us about a year ago. She’s a sweet natured affectionate little thing and is a firm favourite with all the family. So far she’s only needed the usual injections but long term I’m thinking about insurance vs putting some money aside every month.
I just wondered what sort of bills people were faced with when their cat needed an operation?
Are we talking hundreds or thousands of £ 😕Posted 5 years agowwaswasSubscriber
insurance is based on averages. On average, the company takes mor emoney off its customers than it pays out in claims.
For most customers they’ll pay more than they claim.
For a few customers they’ll claim a lot more than they pay.
It’s a bet isn’t it. You v the insurer. They have years of experience, sophisticated mathemetical modelling and actuaries on their side.
You have a few IT bods on stw on yours.Posted 5 years agoShibbolethMember
Wheres Shiboleth? he will be along in a minute with some helpful advice…..
Yep, always happy to offer friendly, helpful advice. Fuggedabout insurance, spend the money on something worthwhile, and ALWAYS ASK THE VET FOR A QUOTE BEFORE HE UNDERTAKES ANY WORK.
If it’s cheaper to have the cat put to sleep, put it to sleep. I offer very competitive rates. 😉Posted 5 years ago
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