One of the most important aspects of estate planning is preparing for your animal companions' future—for the time when you are no longer there to care for them yourself.
Our companion animals are an integral part of our lives, and we know that they depend on us completely. So it is crucial to make careful preparations now for their future care.
You can incorporate important steps into your estate planning to ensure the long-term well-being of your animals and also make their transition to a life without you as stress-free as possible for them.
Please contact us to get a helpful planning packet that can help guide you as you prepare for the future of your animal companions. The packet contains all the items that you need to help you organize and implement a long-term plan, including the following:
The following are some of the most important planning steps:
Request a Companion Animal Planning Packet
To request a Companion Animal Planning Packet or to request information about leaving a legacy to PETA in your will, please e-mail us at Legacy@peta.org. Thank you.
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