On Thursday, June 21, 2012 Prince William turned 30 and inherited half of his mother’s Princess Diana estate; although, I’m sure he would rather have had her alive all these years than inherit this amount of money or any money at all. It seems a high price to pay for not having your loved ones with you.
Are you the type of person that has set money aside for your dog (s) in the event of your passing? Have you left instructions with family members as to how to care for your dogs? Granted, if we live a long life we outlive most of our dogs, but dogs are still considered property and need to be properly taken care of.
I remember when my aunt died she had three dogs and the authorities were called to pick up the dogs. In her will, written about 15 years earlier her estate was given to two different animal organizations. It’s kind of ironic that she willed her money to the dogs, yet the dogs she owned ended up in shelters.
Animals can’t speak for themselves and it is important that we take care of them and not let them become a burden to others. For more strategies on caring for your pets, check out Dog Law.
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