Here at Raystede we know how much your pet means to you. We also understand how worrying it can be not knowing what will happen to them should you pass away before them. To give you peace of mind should this happen, we offer Lifetime of Love, a free service and a promise to care for your pet when you no longer can.
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Nothing can replace the special bond you have with your pet, but we’ll take great care to match your pet with a family that can give them the love they need. And during their stay with us, our dedicated staff will give your pet all the time, care and attention they deserve while finding them a suitable new home.
After adopting Teddy the Yorkshire Terrier from Raystede three years ago, his new owner registered him on to Lifetime of Love. They told us:
'With no other family than Teddy, it's a comfort to know that he'll get the best care should anything happen to me'
How do I sign up?
As well as cats and dogs, Lifetime of Love can cover other small pets like rabbits and hens. You can let us know that you’d like to register your pets with Lifetime of Love by completing this short form HERE.
We’ll then send you more information by post or email. This includes a form for you to tell us more about the pets you wish to register. Once you have been accepted on to the scheme, all you have to do is add a clause to your Will to say that you wish the care of your pets to be handed over to Raystede after your death.
Lifetime of Love faqs
If you’re considering using Lifetime of Love but have some questions about the service, you might find our FAQs helpful here.
Gifts in Wills
Lifetime of Love is a free service but any gift you choose to leave Raystede in your Will not only could provide for your pet should they need to come to us, but can also help to ensure we are here for animals in need for years to come.
“As a local organisation and I feel you do an excellent job. Should anything happen to us we would like our dog, Zara, to be found a happy home via you and we will provide some funds in our wills”
Find out more about Gifts in Wills here