Tuesday, July 28, 2015

After the rapture who will feed your pet?

The idea of post-rapture pet care is nothing new. We brought you the story of the New Hampshire man who pioneered the concept with Earthbound Pets some time ago.

After the rapture who will feed your pet?

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The idea of post-rapture pet care is nothing new. We brought you the story of the New Hampshire man who pioneered the concept with Earthbound Pets some time ago.

Now he's not alone - and neither will your pets be when you go beaming heavenward. 

With all the talk of the world ending, well, today, there's been a sudden flurry of post-rapture pet care start ups.

Earthbound Pets owner Bart Centre, reports his email service maxed out on Friday after all the pre-Judgment Day publicity around his service. $135 gets you a 10-year contract. 

Centre and his athiest friends are capitalizing on the Judgment Day madness with an offer no pet owner could refuse: spare your pet a "slow death by starvation in the event that you get raptured.”

(Proceeds go to pet food banks in New Hampshire)

Those on a budget may want to look into After the Rapture Pet Care, featured here, which is offering its services at the low, low rate of $10 per pet.

Inquirer Staff Writer
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