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Last Post 13-03-2017 12:22 PM by  Tony Braybrooke
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13-03-2017 12:22 PM
    If you have a female bird and looking for insurance. ******************. I took their insurance and been with them 2 years, rececently my Cockatiel wasn't well and she was taken to the vets. The problem was due to having problem with laying an egg. The vet treated Her at a cost of £650. No problem I will claim on insurance, then the company told me I wasn't covered for anything to do with 'egg bound' it seems *********************. So ********* read the policy before you accept 😀 Otherwise your paying out for nothing. So Beware

    **Note this posting has been moderated.main point is ALWAYS READ YOUR POLICY CAREFULLY