For the thousands of pets without an owner, we want to do what we can to help you find them their new ‘forever’ home, by giving adopters the reassurance of lifetime cover, whatever the pet’s age.
If your organisation is involved in animal rescue and rehoming, you’ll be pleased to know that Agria has a selection of options that can help.
Register your interest with us to find out how we can support your charity.
5 Weeks Free Insurance
How it Works
|With Agria Pet Insurance free cover notes, you can make sure each animal leaves with valuable insurance in place.
|You’re just a few steps away from being able to give all of your adopters 5 Weeks Free insurance from Agria.
1. Fill in our quick online form by clicking here
2. We’ll be in touch to discuss your options
3. Once the best option for you is identified we will set you up to activate free policies.
4. Finally, we’ll show you the ropes and then you’ll be ready to start!
Here’s what some of our rehoming partners say about working with us…
“It’s fantastic that Agria will insure our older animals as well as the young ones. Agria’s scheme fits perfectly with our organisation. We’ve never been able to insure older pets before or reassure adopters that they will be able to, so this partnership is incredibly valuable to us.”
Howard Bridges, Chief Executive Officer, Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home
“Feedback we’ve had from new owners for claims under the 5 Weeks Free policies is that they have gone through quickly, easily, and have been handled very professionally. We’re so happy to be working with Agria; nothing has ever been too much trouble and every single one of our dealings with the team has been absolutely spot on.”
Marion Beardall, Trustee & Vice Chairwoman, The Edward Foundation
“The biggest bonus of our partnership with Agria is that we can now reassure adopters that even older cats will be able to continue onto a full Lifetime policy with them. This makes it a lot easier for us to rehome our cats, and that’s what’s important.”
Angela Walker, UK Coordinator, Birman Welfare and Rescue