Hello I have been looking to get a cat for a few months. I was originally only going to get one at the most, I am low income, and do not want to stretch my budget. However i keep on getting offered 2 cats, and presently i have been offered 2 healthy 1 year old tabby sisters . . . spayed and up to date with vaccinations. I was very close to saying yes to them, but i need to re-examine the financial side of it. The owner told me that they were spending £28 per month on flea and worming medicine, which i was shocked at. However i have just spoken to my sister who pays £125 / year with vet for a yearly vaccination, flea and worming medicine package. I would like to get the cats insured. Doing a search on one of the price comparison i think i could do it for around £100 each, which is fine. It is really the long term cost that i am worried about. I have been told that cat insurance will increase with age. Any advice / examples of this would be great. I've even read they are hard to insure after just 6 or 7 years. I think this aspect could be the main stumbling block I know there are other expenses, food, litter (though i think they should be ok to go without litter tray in long term), etc. The PDSA page is saying aprox £70 / month per cat. Is that a fair number?