Unlike dogs, domestic felines in Hong Kong are not required to be chipped and many cat parents choose not to for various reasons. Good news is, there are now 2 insurers in Hong Kong that accept cats without microchips!
Shopping for insurance can be overwhelming. Is it worth it? Will your pet’s past illness be covered if it reoccurs? For pet parents looking to buy a policy, we thought we’d try to provide more answers to help you understand and decide on a plan for your furry one!
Insurance coverage for pets is still a relatively new concept in Asia, but it is growing fast. So how do you choose a plan that best suits your furry friend’s needs and your budget? Let’s take a look at the more well-known pet insurances out there and how OneDegree’s Pawfect Care stacks up.
One way is to create a fund dedicated to paying vet bills and put some money in it every month. It could be a separate savings account or however you want to manage that fund. The other option is pet insurance, which we believe is more reliable and cost effective in the long run.
It’s hard to imagine anything bad happening to our four-legged friends when they’re young and healthy. Health insurance can wait, right? Well, on the contrary, the best time to buy insurance is actually when your pet seems like he or she would least need it.