Atheists Look After the Animals

Published by PETA.
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Worried about what will happen to Rover when the Rapture comes? Eternal Earth-Bound Pets has you covered.

Evangelical Christians who want to ascend to heaven during the Rapture—but who worry about leaving their heathen hounds and hamsters behind—can now rest easy. For a mere $110, this company of animal-loving atheists and “certified sinners” (how often can you use that on a résumé?) promises to “step in when you step up to Jesus.”

Personally, I don’t see the necessity of this service, because in my world, all dogs go to heaven.

Also, I’ll be damned if I’m going anywhere without my dog, Henry. But that’s just me.

Written by Amy Elizabeth

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