A few days ago I heard about this cat inheriting 10 million from it’s owner, my reaction was, WTF!!!!
I mean why would anyone leave a cat or any animal that amount of money? How bitterly twisted must you be to give your whole fortune to a cat? How much Whiskas and cat litter does the cat need? Even if it was living on caviar I don’t think it needs 10 million to get by.
Yes, yes I know it’s her money and she can do what she wants with it but still the mind does go into overdrive at times.
I wonder is she trying to annoy her family or get back at them for something they did to her. Does she think humans are not worthy of some money to help them through life. What about helping less fortunate people?
This is now the 3rd richest animal in the world. With poverty at it’s highest and homeless people living on the streets. People needing funding for research for deathly viruses and diseases this 94 year old writes a will and leaves her entire fortune to a cat, YES CAT!
Looks like this old lady Maria Assunta isn’t the only crazy one around. There have been quite a few choosing to do this bizarre act.
PET RICH LIST
And in July 2000, Madonna sold her eight bedroom Miami villa for £5million to agents acting on behalf of the dog.
A website dedicated to this most pampered of mutts shows him living in true Playboy mansion style: there are pictures of Gunther surrounded by bronzed girls in gold dresses and gorgeous men in glaring white jeans, as well as splashing about in a blue swimming pool while girls in string bikinis look on adoringly.
Chimpanzee Kalu: £40million
Former Australian swimming champion Frank O’Neill.’s wife Patricia O’Neill, the daughter of the Countess of Kenmore, left her £40million fortune to Kalu.
Maltese terrier Trouble: £6million
Leona Helmsley, the woman known as New York’s ‘Queen of Mean’, cut her grandchildren from her will but left her dog millions.
She added:’We had requests from several organisations but in the end we did not find any that we thought were suitable.
‘Then earlier this year Maria told us about her nurse called Stefania who looked after her and who like her had a love of animals and in particular cats. We also could find no living relatives of her at all anywhere.
‘In the end we decided that Stefania was the most suitable person to administer the money that Maria had left in her will.
‘To be honest he doesn’t need all that money he is happy with a saucer of milk and some biscuits.’
Stefania herself said:’I had no idea that she was worth so much money.’
The world’s richest animal is thought to be Gunter, a German shepherd who received more than £90 million after his wealthy and slightly barking heiress owner Karlotta Liebenstien died and left him her fortune.
In 1988 British recluse Ben Rea left his fortune of £9 million to his cat Blackie.
After reading this list I find it amusing and rather sad, these people have so much money. While not giving it away while they are alive and it is their’s to enjoy and so they should. They earned it or inherited it but it is rightfully theirs to do as they please. Then they also have a chance to make a difference after they die and be remembered for something good, have a legacy to live on.
We can say these people are eccentric to do this or are they just being vindictive to family members?