May 2010 Issue

‘Til Death Do Us Part

Make plans for your petís ongoing care ó just in case.

Many of us have spent considerable time planning for the care of our family members in the event that we die or become incapacitated. Unfortunately, though, we often fail to consider the needs of our smallest family members: our pets. In the past, most pet owners didnít think about making formal arrangements for their cats in their wills. But all thatís changing, according to David Congalton, co-author of When Your Pet Outlives You: Protecting Animal Companions After You Die.

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