Bart Centre does not believe in heaven, but he’s pretty sure that if there is a heaven, your pet is not going there.
After all, he points out, “All Dogs Go to Heaven” is the name of an animated movie, not a line from the Bible.
The Rapture could leave a lot of dogs and cats looking longingly at their food bowls after their owners have floated off to heaven. That’s where Bart comes in.
In 2009, he launched Eternal Earth-Bound Pets USA. Bart guarantees that if or when the Rapture comes he or one of his 44 contractors in 26 states will drive to your home within 24 hours, collect your dog, cat, bird, rabbit or small caged mammal, and adopt it.
The cost is $135, plus $20 per additional animal. Payable upfront, of course, and good for 10 years.
He takes PayPal.
So....the godless heathens take care of your animals? Awww,poor Fluffy or Spot!
Answer by butterflyblue19 at 4:35 PM on May. 10, 2011
I guess they only hire heathens so that they know they'll be around for the pets.
LOL - great business model. Find a niche & fill it.
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