What will happen to your pet after you pass?

I have been a little preoccupied of late on my latest project. To say it is something a little unusual is the understatement of the week. In fact it’s not just a little unusual, but ever so slightly wrong, with a slight sprinkling of the un-natural about it.

I am sure you have heard of the story of Frankenstein, the age old tale of man become God. I am sure you would agree that it is complete folly, science will never be able to reanimate dead human flesh. After all, humans are far too stubborn.
Dogs on the other hand, far more obedient.
Just this week I managed to reanimate Butch. A amalgamation of the lifeless parts belonging to a Chihauhau, a poodle, a few small parts of a St. Bernard and a slight drop of a Chinese Crested Hailess. He’s not pretty, that’s for sure, but a more loyal companion you couldn’t wish for. He just dribbles a lot, and its best not to speak about his toilet habits. He is, however, my companion, my friend and truly efficient guard dog.
There is just one issue, even though I reanimated him from dead flesh, it’s a one time process. I know, one day, he will sleep into the endless night and I will have to bury him with all the honors befitting such a loyal companion. Unlike the 164 failed versions that came before him, my apologies to anyone who has attended one of my BBQ’s in the last 6 months……..
It is with this terrible thought, that I have found myself thinking of a will for Butch. After all, he needs to know that I will be taken care of after he is gone. And funeral costs can spiral out of control so easily its frightening. So I turned to The Law House for help in this delicate subject, and I was pleasantly surprised to find out that they have a great deal of experience in these matters. Taking care of the financial burden of losing ones dearest pets that is, not in the dark art of the reanimation of dead things. Though I didn’t ask so they may have knowledge of that as well.
So if you are worried about what will happen when your loyal companion should you enter into the night, then give them a call. Whether it’s a dog, a bird, snake or lizard, or even one of them annoying cat creatures, I am sure they will be able to help.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I think I have left a pan boiling on the stove… Or maybe its Butch relieving himself in the corner….. Its going to be a long night.
Till next time…..
PS: Find out about some more of the world’s richest pets in the infographic below put together by The Law House – Gigoo, the chicken, is probably my overall favourite.

Wills in numbers

Disclosure: This post was written with The Law House.

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