That sounds interesting, how does it work?
You establish and fund the pet trust, and you name a trustee to act as the administrator after you pass away. The trustee can be someone that you know personally, or it can be a professional fiduciary such as a bank or a trust company.
We should emphasize the fact if you name a trustee that you know, this person would not necessarily have to care for the pet.
In the trust declaration, you can leave behind specific instructions with regard to the way that you want the pet to be cared for after you are gone. You can specify certain food, treats, exercise times, and any other details that you want to include.