In 2016, Kaya was treated for a benign tumor on her spinal cord that required $ 15,000 in radiation treatments. More recently, the pup needed treatment for a very aggressive oral cancer. Bonar said she had to “fight [her pet insurer] tooth and nail to get them to cover Kaya’s latest cancer,” which the insurer initially called a pre-existing condition. Bonar disagreed. She said she had to take her complaints to the state insurance commissioner before the company agreed to pay for treatment. 

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