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It's Make-a-Will Month. Do you have a plan for your animals' future?

A message from Alex Pacheco:


As the founder of 600MillionDogs.org, I vow to spend the rest of my working life helping animals in need. I also vow that 600MillionDogs.org will also spend its entire life helping animals in need. This month, August, happens to be National "Make-a-Will" month -- a perfect time for each of us to renew our vows to help animals in need. It is well known that including animals in your will is often the single most important way to help animals.

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With this in mind, I urge you to join me and renew your vow to help animals in need. You vow to help animals, even after you have passed away — by taking action today to include them in your will!


Just a few of many good reasons to include animals in your will today:


It will give you Peace of Mind, not only now, but forever as well.


You will be formally declaring your vow to help animals in need, now and forever after.


You will not only be vowing to help animals forever, you will in fact be helping animals for generations to come!

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Preparing a will costs essentially nothing -- and we have specialized attorneys who have offered to help for free.


Please visit our website's Legacy page for more information. If you fill out the form directly underneath "Would you like estate information sent to you personally?" the information will be emailed to you.


Over the last 40 years, I have had the honor of serving as the Executor of many wills that were, and are, dedicated to helping animals — with this in mind, please feel free to call or email me at Alex@600MillionDogs.org if there is anything I can do to help.


As you may know, I've dedicated my life to helping animals in need, and it would be my honor to help you do the same. You can call or text me on my cell, anytime, at (954) 464 9331.


Yours truly,

Alex Pacheco



600 Million Dogs: Our nonprofit science-centered mission is to significantly reduce animal suffering on a global scale by developing a safe, edible, one-dose, permanent-lasting birth control Cookie for stray dogs and cats.


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Jada, a Pilot Pup rescued by 600MillionDogs.org

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