Kitten and cat insurance

We'll help pay your cat's vet bills. For as little as $15/mo.

Save thousands and keep your cat protected, no matter the cost

  • No fees, ever
  • Unlimited claims payouts
  • Up to 100% back

Accepted by all Veterinarians

Banfield Pet Hospital
National Veterinary Associates

How we take care of your cat (and you)

Cat insurance should be easy—and now it is
Pay the vet

1. Visit any vet

Pick a vet, any vet. No networks, no restrictions.

Pay the vet

2. Claim online

File an online claim in seconds anytime during or after your cat’s vet visit.

Painless money

3. Get up to 100% of your vet bill back

No, really. 100%.

Pet parent-approved and trusted by Vets

When bad things happen, we’ve got your cat covered

Here are some of the many things we’ll reimburse you for...
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Consult with your cat’s favorite vet and figure out what’s wrong.

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Anything your vet needs to get to the root of the problem, like x-rays, lab work, blood work or MRIs.



Vet-prescribed rehab, chiropractic treatment, or acupuncture.

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Digestive illnesses

Get reimbursed for your cat’s intestinal or tummy troubles.

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Broken bones

Accidents happen. If your cat breaks something, we’ve got them covered (with plaster).

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Cancer treatments

Cancer treatments cost a ton. Get covered for surgeries, chemo, and radiation therapy.

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Hereditary Conditions

It doesn’t matter if your cat got it from her ma, pa or grandpaw - we’ll cover it all the same if it's not a pre-existing condition.

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Congenital conditions

If your cat was born with it and it's not a pre-existing condition, we’ll still cover you.

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Prescription meds

So long as a vet prescribed it and the FDA gave it the green light, we’ll reimburse you.

Healthy cats start here

Safeguard your cats with just a few taps

Kitten insurance

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Cat insurance

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Save big on preventive, dental, and holistic care

  • Wellness exams and vaccinations
  • Preventive meds for fleas, ticks and heartworm
  • Dental cleanings for cleaner teeth and fresher breath
  • Holistic care for anxiety, coat and skin health
We've got answers

Frequently asked questions about kitten and cat insurance

Why choose ManyPets over other cat insurance providers?

ManyPets will reimburse you for the high costs of diagnosing and treating illnesses and injuries. This includes some very important things that many providers don’t cover, like hereditary conditions, dental illnesses, and virtual visits.

Also, our rates are among the best in the country, starting at just $16 a month for cats.

How much does cat insurance cost?

It starts at $12 per month. But things can vary from there depending on your cat’s age and breed. You can also make customized changes to your price by adjusting factors like co-insurance, deductible, and annual limits.

To learn your cat’s price, just get a quote here.

What does cat insurance cover?

Cat health insurance will reimburse you for health care costs related to illnesses and accidents. This includes diagnostics, surgeries, supplies, kitty meds, and many more items and services.

To learn more about what insurance covers, just read this article.

What does cat insurance not cover?

Cat insurance won’t cover a claim that’s not related to an accident or illness (though our wellness add-on does cover routine preventive care). Insurance also doesn’t cover claims filed during an initial waiting period. But unlike many other providers, we will cover your cat for a pre-existing condition so long as they’ve been free of symptoms and treatment for 18 months.

For a full look at what insurance doesn’t cover, visit this article.

Do all vets accept cat insurance?

You can pick any vet you want! Just FYI, most vets don’t work directly with insurance providers. Instead, you’ll just simply submit your claim directly to ManyPets, and we’ll directly reimburse you for your vet visit.

Does cat insurance cover spaying and neutering?

Like all other pet insurance providers, we, unfortunately, don’t cover spaying or neutering. But you should still totally have your cat spayed or neutered - it’s very important.

Does dog insurance cover pre-exisiting conditions?

Unlike most insurance companies, ManyPets will sometimes cover treatment for pre-existing conditions - namely, when your pet has been free of symptoms and treatment for 18 months.

Of course, the easiest way to make sure pre-existing conditions are never an issue is to insure your cat when they’re young.