“An estimated 27 percent of U.S. pet owners who have wills include provisions for their pets, but according to Fat Cats & Lucky Dogs, they’re often ill-conceived or inadequate. They simply leave Max the dog to Uncle Harry, for example, without covering expenses or backup caregivers. It’s preferable to leave both your pet and money to a caregiver, with the clear understanding that the money should go toward your animal’s care.”
– James Hettinger
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