New York lady leaves fortune to her cat

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A wealthy Bronx, New York woman recently died and left part of her fortune to her beloved cats.

Ellen Frey-Wouter left $300,000 of her $3 million estate to ensure that Tiger and Troy would be properly cared for.

Dahlia Grizzle, Frey-Wouters’ former home health aide, now cares for Tiger. Grizzle said it was no surprise that Frey-Wouter left the cats with a generous sum.

“The cats were like her babies,” Grizzle said.

This isn’t the first time a pet has been left and exorbitant amount of money by its owner.

In 2007, New York hotel heiress Leona Helmsley left $12 million to her dog, Trouble.

25 Responses

  1. This is kind of weird to leave money to a cat why not give it to someone ineed that needs money. Cats can’t do anything with money

  2. Wow, this cat is defiantly gonna get well cared for. I think it is a good cause to give it to a cat; humans are spoilt

  3. That is so Silly why would you just give away your money like that . I mean why not give your cats to some Relatives ?

  4. GIVE THE MONEY TO STARVING CHILDREN. I love cats though and I have nothing against owners taking care of the beloved animals after their deaths.

  5. Its nice she is giving some money to her cat most cats don’t get stuff like that because people usally give it to relitives or there friends so I wouldn’t be complaining people I bet you just wanted it for selfs #greedy people

  6. Um guest who said that um no cats are babies and there cute of course i would do that to my cat. But you couldnt because you probaly dont have the money

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