'Marley & Me' Inspires Pet Owners To Put 'Pets Letter of Wishes' in Place

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Over 3m Pets Will Be Euthanized in 2009, Many When Owners Die and No Care Instructions Are Known. A 'Pets Letter of Wishes' Speaks Clearly To Courts and Executors - Available Free Till 2/14/08 at http://www.ItsMyLife.com.

The movie, 'Marley & Me', lets audiences share an entire life of ups and downs with 'the world's worst dog'. When Marley dies, movie fans inevitably reflect on their own mortality.

Over 1m pet owners die each year. Within days, shockingly their pets are often also dead - unnecessarily. Every year, over 3m cats and dogs are euthanized and millions more become shelter-dwellers - because most owners make no provision in writing for their pets.    

"In a single sheet of paper, every owner can save their pet's life", says Jon Sayers, President of ItsMyLife.com. "Using the 'Pets Letter of Wishes', owners can protect their pet in five minutes. Each Letter signed, witnessed and given to a next of kin ensures a safe and loving future for a dear friend." A free 'Pets Letter of Wishes' for any number of pets is available at http://www.ItsMyLife.com until February 14, 2009 to anyone using the code MARLEY.

Pets must be protected in writing. Verbal arrangements can easily be forgotten. The 'Pets Letter of Wishes' sets out in plain English for courts and/or executors exactly who will have the pet - in case the owner dies or becomes unable to provide the pet with a proper home.

About ItsMyLife.com
ItsMyLife.com is a leading online estate planning service that enables anyone to create, view and print instantly personal and legal documents that are needed in case of death or serious illness. For more information, please visit http://www.ItsMyLife.com.

Contact:
Karin Conn
(415) 507-9797
http://www.ItsMyLife.com

Stats and sources:
Over 2.4m Americans die each year (Source: National Center for Health Statistics) and 69% of households own at least one pet (Source: American Pet Products Manufacturers Association).

Over 3m cats and dogs are euthanized each year (Source: Humane Society of the United States).

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