Covéa Insurance has partnered with animal welfare charity RSPCA.
Described as “so much more than selling insurance,” the tie-up features a unique benefit wherein 15% of the price paid for every policy sold will go directly towards caring for uninsured sick and neglected animals. Short-term, free-of-charge cover will also be provided to anyone who re-homes a cat or dog through the charity.
Without an upper age limit, the pet policy offers varying cover levels for all breeds apart from those listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act. Benefits include waiving remaining owed premiums in the event the pet passes away, as well as cover for cremations and burials.
“We wanted to partner with an innovative and flexible insurer who shared our passion and enthusiasm for animal welfare and we are pleased to have found that in Covéa Insurance,” commented Andrew Lyons, affinity partnerships manager at the RSPCA.
“We look forward to developing a successful and rewarding ongoing relationship.”
Meanwhile Ian Bubb, head of pet at Covéa Insurance, called the collaboration “a major win” for the team.
“Partnering with RSPCA is about so much more than selling insurance and we are absolutely delighted that we’ve been able to work creatively and come up with a product that really delivers for all animal-lovers,” he said.