Lonnie, I really hope your comment is in jest.
I'll tell you, nothing is sadder than getting rescue emails about 10- 12 yo dogs that are otherwise healthy whose owners have died and no one wants to adopt them due to fear of vet costs. I don't want my faithful companions ending up being PTS just because I was inconsiderate in planning for their futures w/o me. Anne
you will not be dancin'! that evil dancin' is one of the things that gets you there in the first place.
old joke #238:
Q. why do us baptists never make love standing up?
A. looks too much like dancin'!
Troublesome Down to the Wire "Copper" QAA <--- click for pedigree
I was serious. Trust me, you wont get any emails asking you or anyone else to rescue my dogs. FYI, I dabble in estate planning and I have yet to have a client leave any portion of their respective estate to a pet. So perhaps I'm not alone and presumably among the vast majority of pet owners here in my geographic region. Would love to stay and further explain my religious beliefs and reasons for not including my pets in my will but lucked up and got off work early so I'm headed to the house to train.
If one of my kids behaved in public like one of my "faithful companions" did yesterday, they too would be disinherited. Off to give Jack, my not-so-faithful companion, a little sample of hades.
Last edited by Lonnie Spann; 09-16-2013 at 01:41 PM.
DISCLAIMER: The above post is the opinionated and biased view of your's truly, Lonnie Spann, and is in no way intended to reflect the opinions or views of the unfortunate individuals named below who just happen to be doomed with guilt by association.
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