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By Gary Bogue
Thursday, August 30th, 2007 at 6:45 am in Pets.

Real estate billionaire Leona Helmsley leaves $12 million to her dog in her will.
Helmsley’s beloved white Maltese named Trouble will continue to live the opulent life.

Now I understand why my two cats, Tut and Newman, have been so friendly the last couple of days. They’ve been hanging all over me, rubbing against me, purring “I love ya, man!” Definitely not ignoring me like they usually do.

I’ve got to stop leaving the Times and other newspapers lying around so they can read about people leaving lots of money to their pets in their wills.

It’s giving them bad ideas.

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One Response to “$12 MILLION DOG”

  1. Pat in Antioch Says:

    Hmm, I wonder what the 2 grandkids had to say about that? (They weren’t left anything!) I wonder what stipulations were made as to how the dog is cared for or by who? Also, I wonder what happens when the dog passes away? I don’t mind leftovers!

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