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Feature October 2019 Issue

Who Will Take Care of Your Cat If You Can’t?

Have you thought about who will tend to him if youíre not there to?

Who Will Take Care of Your Cat If You Can’t?

Making arrangements in case of your death or incapacitation.

Sometimes pets are discovered in a personís home days after a tragedy such as an illness or accident that sends the owner to the hospital, or after the personís death, according to the Humane Society of the United States. Because cats have shorter lifespans than we do, we generally expect them to go first and donít make arrangements for their well-being. But because we love our pets, we should plan for the unanticipated. Hereís how, according to the Humane Society.

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