By Carmen Potterton
My husband and I decided that any children we may have would have four legs and fur. You would think it would be easier but not so much.
We have several cats, their issues vary; a cracked jaw, a tail that wouldn’t stand up (it eventually stood back up), puncture wounds, dairy queen cup stuck on a head, pneumonia, and the two who have feline leukemia, which means they can’t mingle with the others, so for them we added a room onto the house, which is actually kind of nice, I now have my own office.
Our dog is a mutt, someone once told me they tend to have fewer health issues, I think they were wrong, so far we have found out he has acid reflux (seriously), a sensitive digestive track which requires a special (which means expensive) diet, and seasonal allergies.
We love our four legged kids but worry about who will care for them when we no longer can, so the solution, a Pet Trust! If you have four legged kids, be sure they are cared for when your gone, contact Cooper, Adel & Associates, A Legal Professional Association, to make sure they get the care you want for them.