Lounging around, indoors and now out, theres something magical about sunshine on whiskers and our two cats love it so much. When we first took took our two tiny tigers to the vets as kittens, we had them chipped and insured all at once. But they were indoor cats and after the first year they hadn’t got into too much mischief -so we cancelled it. But after moving to a home with a garden it does now cross my mind. Argos recently brought to my attention their Pet Insurance – so I am wondering how many of you have your pets insured? Every time one of our precious tabby cats disappears for more than a couple of hours, or I hear a squeal outside, my heart starts to race. I’m more concerned about injury with my precious babies as one of them has a habit of climbing from our roof over to the neighbours super high roof, and a recent wild animal fight on our back lawn, left me unable to sleep. We had just let the cats out and heard a horrible sound, opened the french doors and thankfully grabbed both kitties inside, all to a soundtrack of snapping jaws! I am thinking it’s pretty costly to mend an uninsured broken limb, and a friend of mine had to have eye surgery on her pedigree cat and it was in the region of £2500!When we were living in the apartment, I remember all these two wanted to do, was get a taste of the fresh air and feel the breeze on their furry little bodies. Seagulls taunted them through steamed up winter windows and they used to sit peering out of a small window gap, to spy on the neighbours and street activity. There was no way we could have let them out in town. four floors up, no fire escape and way too many speeding cars made it so.When we moved out here to the cliff top village, we waited for months and then finally let them out more and more, now they are free to roam. No cat flap yet, which means they scratch, meow and smash the place up every morning from 4am onwards to be let out, but I am now wondering if we should get them insured, and wanted to hear what you thought about pet insurance?Disclosure – this post is a collaboration between L&S and Argos Pet Insurance – all the writings and opinions are my own.