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Common Conditions Annual Costs for Cats

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Below are conditions and associated costs most likely to occur to cats based on Trupanion’s claim data.

Kitten

VOMITING AND DIARRHEA

Average Cost: $300 to $500
Claim Frequency: 6.5% likely to develop this condition

UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION

Average Cost: $100
Claim Frequency: 0.9% likely to develop this condition

INGESTION OF FOREIGN MATERIAL

Average Cost: $700 to $1,700
Claim Frequency: 1.5% likely to develop this condition

Adult

URINARY TRACT INFECTION

Average Cost: $200 to $400
Claim Frequency: 3.8% likely to develop this condition

DENTAL DISEASE

Average Cost: $400 to $600
Claim Frequency: 2.3% likely to develop this condition

ALLERGY

Average Cost: $100 to $200
Claim Frequency: 1.4% likely to develop this condition

Senior

KIDNEY DISEASE

Average Cost: $500 to $900
Claim Frequency: 9.2% likely to develop this condition

HYPERTHYROIDISM

Average Cost: $400 to $700
Claim Frequency: 6.9% likely to develop this condition

MASS

Average Cost: $400 to $800
Claim Frequency:5.5% likely to develop this condition

 

For common conditions annual costs in dogs, click here.

Related article: Why Trupanion insurance?

Condition statistic and average annual cost based on Trupanion claim data.
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