Average annual costs of cat insurance in the UK 2017, by policy type

This statistic illustrates the average annual cost of insurance for a male British shorthair cat in the United Kingdom (UK) as of November 2017, by policy type. Lifetime policies were the most expensive insurance type annually for cats at this time period, costing on average 357.65 British pounds a year.

Average annual insurance costs of owning a cat in the UK as of November 2017, by policy type

Average annual cost in GBP
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Source

Release date

November 2017

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

November 2017

Number of respondents

10 leading pet insurers

Supplementary notes

* The source added the following information "Quotes were gathered from the following UK pet insurers for a male British shorthair cat: Animal Friends, Direct Line, John Lewis, LV=, M&S, More Th>n, PDSA, Petplan, Tesco and The Kennel Club."

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