Pet insurance will allow you to care for a sick or injured pet without the additional stress of worrying about vet bills. However, it is important to know that most pet insurance won't cover routine healthcare. It's also important to do your homework, as policies and prices vary widely.
Remember, don't sign anything until you've read the small print and understand exactly what is, and is not, covered. You may also want to consider asking your vet to help you review any policy before making a final decision.
A microchip is a tiny device that can be implanted under your kitten's skin on her neck. This is similar to receiving a vaccination injection and is a safe, easy procedure.
The injected microchip carries a unique number registered on a central database. If your kitten ever goes missing, she can then be traced back to you. Ask your vet for more details.