When looking for pet insurance for kittens, the following factors may all affect the cost of your quotes:
The age of your kitten
Most insurers will only cover a kitten once it has reached a certain age, such as 8 weeks old.
The breed of your kitten
As certain breeds could be more predisposed to particular health issues, meaning that you may not be covered for these particular conditions or could be expected to pay larger excesses.
Where you live could affect the cost of pet insurance for kittens; in areas that are more high risk (busy roads etc.), you may be expected to pay more.
If you are looking to reduce the cost of pet insurance for kittens, you may wish to consider either getting your kitten neutered, or fitting it with a microchip. Both of these steps generally make pets more ‘low risk’ in the eyes of insurers.
To find pet insurance for kittens at the most affordable price possible, it is advisable that you compare pet insurance quotes from a number of different providers. You may also wish to compare the costs of the following different types of pet insurance policies available, such as:
- Time-limited policies
- Maximum benefit policies
- Covered for life policies