Flynn of Sir Winston fame
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Helen, Georgia
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What is best for YOUR beloved pets?
I wonder what you think the best for your beloved pet would be in the event of your inability to take care of them? This could be because of a death, or a tragic tornado, any unexpected event that changes your circumstances.
If you should die, for instance, what plans do you have for the pets you have now? We have all seen and heard about wealthy people leaving their fortunes to pets and having a guardian look after them. But really now, what would become of your pets if something happened to you? Is there another person (DH) who will care for them? Will your adult children take them? Would you want your children to take them? What plans do you have?
It bothers me. At one point I had it all arranged, but that is no more as circumstances change...sometimes family does not feel comfortable with agreeing to take your pets...but is there a friend you could work with now to prevent problems later? Is there someone you could trust to place your beloved pet in the right situation, if that person could not care for them permanently?
You need an immediate plan, we all do. A short term and long term plan.
And this goes for the younger group as well as the older group...
Not a pleasant subject, but a very timely one now that we see all the world wide devestation...something to think about.
Sir Winston sez "Non Basta Una Vita.”
Flynn, lady-in-waiting to Sir Winston and Lady Mia