Pet Endowment Trust (PET) announces the launch of bequest services for the pet advocate industry.
Services being offered by the Pet Endowment Trust (PET) help pet owners and pet advocate groups with assistance of bequest donations and gifts of property from estate planning or wills, directed to pet advocate organizations.
The PET offers these services at no charge, only asking pet groups to provide collaboration with promoting the message “Remember Your Pets When Making A Will” to the public. The PET sees this as a win-win not only for the PET, but all pet advocate groups. Preventing pets from becoming homeless and while helping the public community as well when it comes to taking action with making a living will. “With planning, a family pet would never end up going to a shelter or being euthanized. No loving pet owner wants this but unexpected events happen.”
The question most frequently considered is how much to set aside in an estate for pet care. The PET recommends six months of possible boarding until a new forever home can be found for pets left behind. For owners looking to provide a premium retirement sanctuary for their pets, they should plan to leave $6,000 a year or $60,000 for a ten year coverage.
The Pet Endowment Trust promotes the message “Remember Your Pets When Making A Will, and hopes the pet advocate community will help echo this cause.