This is a subject that is near and dear to our hearts - protecting your pets by creating an estate plan that contemplates what happens to them if something happens to you. Your plan must contemplate who will be responsible for your pets if you can't be. You have to know the people you choose can be counted on - make sure they don't drop your pets off at the nearest shelter. Far too many pets end up in Central Florida and other shelters each year because their owners filed to do proper estate planning for their pets.
For more information read "All My Children Wear Fur Coats - How to Leave a Legacy for Your Pet" by Peggy R. Hoyt, available at LegacyForYourPet.com and Amazon.com
Include beloved pets in your estate planning or they may land in a shelter - National Dog Rescue | Examiner.com
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