High-flying lawyer quit job to start role as an undertaker for ANIMALS
A high-flying lawyer quit his job to launch a business offering funerals for PETS.
Heswall man Philip Potter was inspired to start Assisi Pet Funeral Services after the deaths of his beloved cats 20 years ago.
Mr Potter said he felt there was nowhere that offered pet owners the chance of having a proper burial for their animals.
He nows lays to rest domestic animals ranging from horses to hedgehogs.
Mr Potter said: “I’ve had hedgehogs, snakes, hamsters, rats - all sorts of domestic pets.”
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