Lauren Bacall Leaves $10,000 For Her Pampered Dog

26 Aug 2014 | by | Posted in: Wag News

All dog lovers treat their very own four legged friends as family once they have them. They try to do what they would do for their own child. One such incident would surprise you. Lauren Bacall, an American actress known for her distinctive husky voice and sultry looks, and had began her career as a model and then went into acting died earlier this month. What left us all awe-struck is the fact that she left a ludicrous amount to her beloved dog.

We can relate this with one of the recent movies in India called “Entertainment” starring Akshay kumar which revolves around dogs. In the movie, Johri, one of the protagonist has his entire fortune and a house in Bangkok named after a dog called “Entertainment”. The entire story revolves around acquiring the fortune and is a must watch for all dog lovers.
That movie showed utmost love that an owner can have for their pets.

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Lauren with Sopie; Source :


Lauren has also left $250,000 each for her grandsons, two longtime employees will share $35,000 and also she made sure that her dog Sophie, a Papillon will also be taken care of with the sum amount of $10,000 that she has left for her. The rest of her empire will be distributed amongst her three children namely, Leslie Bogart, Stephen Humphrey Bogart and Sam Robards, who will become the dog's guardian.

Such caring and emotional owners are worth a salute who take care of their pet not only when they are alive but also after their demise. Rest in peace, Lauren!

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