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There are some pet insurers that are partnered with animal charities. There are others that are known to give large donations to animal charities. They offer prices just as competitive as pet insurers who do not donate to animal charities, or donate very little. We have compiled a list of pet insurers who give back, below. By supporting them over other pet insurers, you will help them save more animals from suffering.
Image: Charity pet insurers protect your best friend and help other animals at the same time.
Why Get Pet Insurance?
Considering that round 50% of pets require veterinary treatment every year, it is a good idea to have pet insurance. If you consider yourself a responsible pet owner, then you probably have pet insurance. Once you have it, you do not need to worry about any unexpected large vets bills that may run in to thousands. Many pet owners without insurance are left devastated when they cannot afford the treatment their pet needs. Often, the only alternatives are to let the pet suffer or put it to sleep.
A bonus of getting pet insurance, if you use one of the pet insurers listed on this page, is that you can help animals desperately in need at the same time as protecting your pet.
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Animal Friends Pet Insurers
Animal Friends Pet Insurance was originally set up as a not for profit insurance organisation. It is the only insurance company in the UK to donate large amounts of money from its profits to animal charities across the world.
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To see some of the worldwide organisations that have benefited, view this link Charities Helped by Animal Friends Pet Insurance. If you know of a particularly deserving and needy charity, they are open to suggestions.
They have a ‘Charity of the Month’ competition every month with a prize of £5000 for the winner, down to £1,500 for the charity who comes forth.
To visit this site, go to Animal Friends Pet Insurance
RSCPA Charity Pet Insurers
In the UK, you can take out pet insurance with the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
It is underwritten by AXA Insurance and 20% of the payment for each insurance plan goes towards helping the RSPCA in their vitally important work. There is a 5% reduction in your premium if you apply online.
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To visit this site, go to RSPCA Pet Insurance
Petplan Pet Insurers
Each time a pet insurance policy is taken out with UK insurer Petplan, they donate 10% of the premium to animal charities. If that policy is renewed each year, they continue to make that 10% donation.
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They formed a charitable trust and donate a large amount of money to animal charities every year. In 2016, they donated £3,168,548 to animal charities.
They give £500 each month to an animal rehoming centre and provide 4 weeks free pet insurance for pets adopted from certain animal re-homing rescue centres.
To visit this site, go to Petplan Pet Insurance
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PDSA Charity Pet Insurers
You can take out pet insurance with UK charity, the PDSA (Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals). It is underwritten by an insurance company and the average donation to the PDSA per policy is 18% of the premium paid.
To visit this site, go to PDSA Pet Insurance
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ASPCA Charity Pet Insurers
By taking out a pet health insurance policy with the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) you can help support the vitally important work they do.
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It is underwritten by an insurance company which donates funds to the ASPCA. To visit this site, and to find out more about their animal charity work, go to ASPCA Pet Insurance.
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Healthy Paws Pet Insurers
Healthy Paws Pet insurers have a non profit foundation.
Through their foundation they help pet adoption groups grow. As a result, many homeless pets find new homes. By taking out pet insurance with them, you will be helping to save more homeless pets.
To visit this site, go to Healthy Paws Pet Insurance
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Other Ways You Can Help stop Animal Suffering
Here are more ways to earn and raise funds to help animals in need.
If you would like to learn about why we so urgently need to help stop animal suffering, please have a look at this website. It will allow you to broaden your knowledge of many types of animal abuse in the world, making you more able to raise awareness and answer any questions people may have. Please be aware you may find it distressing, especially if you are a sensitive person.
Here at ManyWaysToHelpAnimals.com, we are all about the many ways you can help animals. There are ways to suit every personality and circumstance, no matter what you feel comfortable doing. To find ways to help animals that would suit you, take a look, here.
One great way to help animals is to share the information you have learned on this site. Raising awareness about animal cruelty and the many ways we can help animals, all helps animals. By sharing information and raising awareness, you will be responsible for saving animals from suffering. Together, we can help more animals.
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