Introduces Pets Letter of Wishes

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For pets, the sudden death or illness of an owner often triggers a frightening sequence of events. If there's nothing in writing, the animal shelter beckons. Every year, millions of unwanted pets are euthanized. Owners could save their pets by making provision in writing, but tragically less than half do.

In law, owners protecting pets need to make a 'Pets Trust' or a 'Last Will & Testament,' but both are documents requiring big decisions and legal input that often cause delays and carry high price tags. Instant affordable protection of pets has not been available.

'Pets Letter of Wishes' provides a valuable alternative appealing to the millions of pet owners who truly want proper protection for beloved pets now.

"In just a few moments, anyone can go to and create a document that clearly explains what both owner and pet want if the pet is left alone through the owner's death or illness," says Jon Sayers, co-founder of "Although not recognized in law, 'Pets Letter of Wishes' constitutes a powerful statement of wishes that speaks to Courts, Executors and Powers of Attorney on behalf of a silent, much-loved friend. Death and disaster hurt pets too."

The 'Pets Letter of Wishes' can be printed instantly, then signed and witnessed. It should be stored with other important documents ready to be accessed, should it ever be needed.

About enables anyone to create, view and print private and legal documents that are needed in case of death or serious illness. For more information, please visit


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