A John Lewis gift for you this Christmas

8 December 2014 - 2 min read

Update: this offer has now expired. Why not check out our list of the top 10 pet insurance policies.

Why an offer on pet insurance for pedigree cats?

As someone who owns a pedigree cat or is thinking about getting one, you might know that pet insurance for pedigree cats is more expensive than for mixed breeds or moggies. The reason for this is that the breeding process makes pedigree cats susceptible to hereditary medical conditions, which can result in a need for an increased amount of vet treatment. Pedigree cats also tend to be more financially valuable, which can also lead to more expensive pet insurance claims if they pass away or are stolen.

Do you have a beloved cat which is a moggy not a pedigree? We have some insights for you as well - feel free to read the following article to learn more: Cheap Pet Insurance for Cats.

Why John Lewis?

John Lewis operates 43 John Lewis shops across the UK as well as johnlewis.com. It is part of the John Lewis Partnership, the UK's largest example of worker co-ownership where all 30,000 staff are Partners in the business. John Lewis Insurance offers a range of comprehensive insurance products - home, car, wedding and event, travel and pet insurance and life cover - delivering the values of expertise, trust and customer service expected from the John Lewis brand.

John Lewis Insurance offers Long Term Cover for your pet. This means, if you're insured with John Lewis and your premiums are paid, you could claim for a one-off mishap such as a cut paw and an illness such as diabetes, which needs treatment each year. If your policy is renewed every year, they won't put a time limit on how long treatment can last and will pay up to your chosen vet fee limit each year your pet needs it. This is different to time limited policies, which consider ongoing conditions as pre-existing after the first year of treatment. To learn more about John Lewis Insurance and how it compares to other providers, please read our John Lewis Pet Insurance Review and Best Pet Insurance for Cats.

This article was written by ManyPets. We were not paid to write it but we will receive commission if clicking on a link to one of the named insurers results in a reader taking out a policy with that insurer. We also charge for advertising space so a particular insurer may be highlighted in the article and, where insurers are listed, it can dictate where they appear in the list.