Maine Coon Cat
Did You Know?
One of the oldest natural cat breeds in North America, the Maine Coon is thought to be a native of the state of Maine. In fact, the Maine Coon is the official cat for the state of Maine.
Potential Health Problems for Maine Coon Cats
- Heart Disease – $5,000 to $20,000
- Hip Dysplasia$4,000 to $6,000
- Bladder Stones$800 to $1,000
- Cancer of the Abdominal Wall – $700 to $900
- Cancer of the Mouth – $1,000 to $1,200
- Cancer of the Liver – $750 to $1,000
- Cancer of the Nasal Cavity – $800 to $1,000
- Cataracts – $2,000 to $3,000 per eye
- Cruciate Ligament Tear – $2,000 to $4,000
- Malignant Skin Mass – $1,500 to $2,000
- Skin Abscess – $100 to $500
- Tooth Extraction – $800 to $1,000
Source: Cat Health Conditions
What Coverage Should You Should Have?
These are the most important pet insurance coverage options you should have as the proud owner of a Maine Coon cat. All five pet insurance companies listed include standard coverage, which is what we recommend.
- Accident Coverage ✓
- Illness Coverage ✓
- Emergency Care ✓
- Hereditary Conditions ✓
- Cancer Coverage ✓
- Orthopedic Conditions ✓
- Prescription Meds ✓
- Wellness and Routine Care O
- Pre-Existing Conditions X
Learn More: Pet Health Insurance 101
How Much Does it Cost?
The short answer is that it depends. The good news for you is that cat insurance is a lot cheaper than dog insurance. Here are some sample prices across the country to give you an idea of what a plan might cost you.
Full coverage for three year-old Maine Coon cat