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Legacy and Planned Giving
Leave your imprint of the lives of animals in need.
If supporting our rescues is important to you now, please make plans to support them even after you are gone. One of the easiest and most enduring ways to leave a legacy gift is by including PETSinc in your will or naming PETSinc as a beneficiary of an insurance policy. Simply speak with your attorney or whoever is preparing your documents; and please let us know.
We created the PETSinc Legacy Society to recognize, honor, and thank all individuals and families who have made or will make a legacy gift to benefit our rescues. In recent years, PETSinc has received a number of significant legacy gifts. However, they came unexpectantly and sadly, we never had the opportunity to thank them or celebrate their generosity. Please let us know if you have included PETSinc in your estate plans or talk to us about becoming a member today – Penelope Wilson, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-465-2487.
Sharon Kaminer & Kathy Chesrown
Pasty & Walter Peppers
Betty Zeigler (D)
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I remember my husband surprising me and our kids when he pulled into the parking lot of PETSinc. I had no idea we would be adding a new member to our family that day. Turned out to be the best “New Years resolution” I ever made.
Moto grew up to be my husband’s best long distance running partner, my son’s and daughter’s very best friend, and our family’s #1 protector. If he wasn’t out running the critters away, you’d be sure to find him snuggled under the covers! Moto was my heart and soul dog, and my family is so thankful we had a little over 12 years of wonderful memories with him!
A Sweet Lap Cat
I came to PETSinc on a Saturday with my two friends and quickly found there were a bunch of kittens ready for adoption. But then, my friend shouted from across the room, “What about this one?” He was older and bigger, and the only one who had a name tag and characteristics listed on his pen: sweet male kitten, very affectionate, lap cat.
When I took him out of his cage and picked him up, he purred so loud, and that was it. I’m now in Charleston, married, and Oliver just celebrated his 15th birthday. He never stopped being a sweet lap cat like his description read all those years ago. I couldn’t have been more happy I adopted him that day.