RSPCA Pet Insurance

RSPCA Pet Insurance

Cover starts from £2.92 with RSPCA Pet Insurance

RSPCA Pet Insurance starts for cats at only £2.92 per month and for dogs starts at £5.41 per month. Buy online with the RSPCA and you’ll also receive a 5% online discount off your premium. Their pet cover is designed to help with unexpected costs for medical treatment etc. See what main features are available below:

RSPCA Pet Insurance

Only £2.92 per month

RSPCA Key Facts

  • Vet Bills
  • Recovering Lost and Stolen Pets
  • Boarding Costs
  • Emergency cattery or kennel fees
  • 20% of each RSPCA pet insurance premium is paid towards helping the RSPCA care
  • This offer may change. Please visit the RSPCA website for current offer details.

The RSPCA or The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a charity in the UK that supports the welfare of animals. The RSPCA is one of the biggest charities in the UK with an annual income of over £100 million. Voluntary donations and other sideline business products such as pet insurance fund it. RSPCA Pet Insurance is underwritten by The Hollard Insurance Company Pty Ltd.

  • RSPCA Pet Insurance
  • RSPCA Pet Insurance contact details and information:
    Postal Address: RSPCA Insurance, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 9RS
    Telephone Number: 0800 032 5951
    Website Address:

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