last will, include information about your pet. Don't worry if you already have the will - you may just add a codicil. But there is something you should know about how to do it correctly:
If you don't find a person that takes care of animals, one more option is an animal shelter. There are different shelters, so choose wisely: whether the shelter will provide a new home for your pet or will take care of them as long as they're alive. Make sure that you give your pet to a no-kill shelter if it's important for you to be sure that your animal will live.
Otherwise, there is an option to write a provision in your will that you don't want your animal to live without you. The probate court may find the provision to be invalid though, as long as the animal isn't old and ill and it's possible to find a new home for them. Technically it's an order to destroy your property, and the public policy says there is no need to destroy valuable property. Make sure you explain everything before your death, even such controversial issues.
The RSPCA's Home for Life scheme. This charity will always be ready to take responsibility for your pet when you die and will do whatever it takes to find a new and loving home. They also take care of exotic animals.
The Dogs Trust Canine Care Card gives a charity opportunity to find a new home for pets when an owner dies. If it's not possible, the charity says it will never abandon healthy unwanted dogs and will watch over them for the lifetime.
When you pass away, The Cats Protection League Cat Guardians Card takes your pet to one of the rehoming centers. They will look for a new owner and never put a healthy pet to sleep.
The Cinnamon Trust has a great number of volunteers helping ill and elderly people to walk their pets and take care of them. If the owners happen to be taken into hospital, they continue to help their animals. There is an opportunity to set up a trust and become a service user here.
Battersea's Forever Loved Service helps animals until they find a new home.
The Blue Cross Pets into Care Scheme rehomes even horses.
Last will and testament forms by State: