9% Of Dog, Cat Owners Write Pets Into Their Wills

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9% Of Dog, Cat Owners Write Pets Into Their Wills

A survey from the American Pet Products Association found that, as of 2012, 9 percent of both cat and dog owners had made financial arrangements in their wills to provide for their pets after their deaths. What do you think?

  • “Yeah, I put my dog in my will, but it was mostly as a ‘fuck you’ to my kids.”

    Tony Darden
  • “Would my dog have to sign the contract with an adorable paw print?”

    Marjorie Petty
    Makeup Artist
  • “Miss Precious knows she isn’t getting anything.”

    Esther Ziffren
    Helicopter Mechanic