Valerie Alexander of Philadelphia has terminal brain cancer. She has little time left to live, but before she dies, she wants to find a safe home for her dog, Rosie. Valerie hopes that whoever adopts Rosie will take good care of her for years to come.
Rosie’s new owner should be active and playful and able to run around with her all day. Finding a new home for the dog will not be easy, but Alexander hopes that Rosie will find a loving owner soon. It’s difficult to think about death and dying, but it’s a fact that we all must come to terms with.
And when we die, our pets are left behind to deal with the loss. Though it can be difficult for pets to cope with losing their owners, pet owners ensure their dogs won’t be homeless after they pass away. Some people consider leaving money that will cover their pet’s expenses.
Planning how much money you want to leave when you die is a difficult decision. You must take into account both your pet’s needs and your family’s needs. You’ll need to plan on having enough money to cover your pet’s food and medical bills, as well as savings for burial or cremation costs.
Other pet owners set up wills or trust funds for their pets so that the animals will still be able to live comfortably even after their owner passes away. You might also consider discussing these matters with your loved ones so you won’t have to worry about such things upon your death. Some people may think that it is morbid to think about one’s death, but some believe that planning early on is important.
Most people don’t want to think about death, but it’s inevitable. We all need to prepare for it as early as possible. It’s especially important to plan for the future if you have a dog that you don’t want to leave behind.
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Credit: FOX 29 Philadelphia