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Feature July 2014 Issue

Cats and Divorce

It's a prudent idea to have a plan in place for your pets in the event that your family undergoes changes in the future.

Cats and Divorce

When couples split, its important to make good decisions about the future care of any family pets.

When Susan Lockmeyer and her husband Tom divorced, the couple arrived at a split decision regarding their four cats. We each had our favorites, explained Susan. She kept two of them, and her husband moved out with the other two.

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