Comparison Quotes below are based on the following:
The sample quotes below is just a gauge how much the monthly premium would cost for a Persian Cat, the world’s most popular cat breed, from each pet insurance company for that region in the United States. These quotes will also give you an idea how much monthly premiums cost from each pet insurance company for that region.
To check exactly how much your monthly premium would be for your cat, choose a pet insurance company on the right and click GET A QUOTE. For best protection, we suggest you choose from 10k to unlimited coverage amount, a $200-500 deductible, and from 80% to 90% for reimbursement.
Featured Breed: Persian Cat
Background: Neutered Male
Age: Ages 1, 3, and 5
Region: Quotes were taken from 3 different Regions across the United States.
West Coast – Los Angeles, California 91101
Midwest — Chicago, Illinois 60440
East Coast — Queens, New York 11375
The quotes above were based on the pet insurance companies’ highest coverage amount, an 80-90% reimbursement percentage, and a selected deductible being $200-$250. For Nationwide, the Whole Pet Plan only offers a $100 deductible.
Nationwide Whole Pet Plan was used for comparison purposes because the plan covers both congenital and hereditary conditions and is in line with the other pet insurance company’s coverage on this matter. Nationwide’s other plan, Major Medical Plan, although lower in monthly premiums, excludes congenital coverage.
The Persian Cat is the world’s most popular cat breed. However, it is also important to point out potential health issues that can later develop with this popular breed. The following are reasons for getting pet insurance if you own or planning to own a Persian Cat:
- Persian cats have poor skin immunity and more than likely than other breeds to suffer from ringworm. Treatments includes prolonged courses of anti-fungal medications, as well as repeated test to check if infection has cleared;
- The Persian’s flat face means he is likely to suffer from tear overflow, which is likely to lead to yeast infections;
- Persians suffer from a genetic kidney problem called polycystic kidney disease, which can lead to kidney failure; and finally
- Persian Cats have flat faces which can affect their breathing, and in some cases, reconstructive surgery may be needed to open up the nostrils and shorten the soft palate at the back of the mouth