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Estate Planning & Wills

The Avian Welfare Coalition wants to help you make sure you have made a plan for where your birds will live in the event of your death or disability.

 

Ensuring the best possible placement for your bird requires careful research and planning. 

 

Please review the following articles, websites, and videos to learn about estate planning, contingency plans, and other important legal considerations and their place in guaranteeing lifetime care for birds and other long-lived species.

 

2nd Chance 4 Pets Newsletter: Special Avian Edition

 

Documenting Care Instructions for Your Pets: Care Instruction Form
By 2nd Chance 4 Pets

 


Some birds live very long lives-50-80 years in some
cases. Plan ahead for the life expectancy of your bird.

2nd Chance 4 Pets

 

Resources for Lifetime Care Planning for Your Pets

 

Help for Pet Owners

by 2nd Chance 4 Pets

 

Ensuring the best possible placement for your bird requires careful research and planning.  For some helpful information, read the following articles:

 

Guidelines for Placing Your Bird
By the Avian Welfare Coalition

 

What you should know about Bird Rescue, Placement and Sanctuary Organizations
By the Avian Welfare Coalition