Hi Pennsylvania, Pumpkin Cat Insurance is here!
See any vet in Pennsylvania, or any state, you choose!
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown or Erie – visit any licensed veterinarian, specialist, or animal hospital in Pennsylvania, any other state in the US, or Canada.
How Pumpkin helps pets get the best care possible...
When they're sick
Help get them the diagnostics, treatment, and prescription medicine they need to get better with Pumpkin Pet Insurance plans.
When they're hurt
Help give them the emergency care, surgery, and rehabilitation therapy it takes to recover with Pumpkin Pet Insurance plans.
When they're healthy
Help them keep up with routine wellness care with Preventive Essentials. It’s not insurance, but an optional benefit you can add to your plan.
Big Pennsylvania fur fams save big! Get 10% off a plan for each additional pet you enroll.
Our Pennsylvania pet insurance covers the basics,
and a bowlful of important stuff some insurances leave out.
We cover a wide range of common pet conditions and care options.
We also cover key things some insurances exclude or make you pay extra for.
Why do cats in Pennsylvania think Pumpkin is special?
No upper age limits or breed exclusions, ever
Your vet, your choice – always
90% reimbursement rate fur all
Save 10% for each additional pet enrolled
Our preventive care pack fully covers 3 essentials
Why cat insurance? Good care comes at a cost in Pennsylvania.
Did you know the average amount spent on vet care over a cat’s lifetime is about $13,350?⁸ If your pet gets hurt or sick, our insurance can help you say ‘yes’ to the best care, even if it’s costly.
Pumpkin for Dogs & Puppies
Help keep pups healthy and tails wagging with insurance + preventive care made just for dogs.
Pumpkin for Cats & Kittens
Help set kitty up for a healthy life – or nine with insurance + preventive care made just for cats.
Pets ❤ Pumpkin Insurance
“When I started with Pumpkin, I realized I made the right decision when I made my first claim for Butch, and it was the easiest thing I’ve ever done.”