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Published on Jun 8, 2011
More at http://umc.org/videos. When pet owners have to go into hospice care, they can worry a great deal about the fate of their pets. A program called Pet Peace of Mind helps find foster families for these animals, and helps ease the transition for the patient and the pet. United Methodist pastor The Rev. Delana Taylor McNac recruits volunteers for the program. "The perfect volunteer for Pet Peace of Mind is someone who not only loves animals, but is dedicated to their care, and is willing to do for someone else's pet what they would do for their own. So we find people are more than willing to help, because they find themselves wondering, 'What would happen to my pets if I found out I was dying?' "