Meet the World's Richest Pooches!

21 Jan 2015 | by | Posted in: Wag Brag

That’s right!! Rose Ann Bolasany a 60 year old accountant in New York has bequeathed 1 mn pounds to her beloved Maltese Terrier - Bella Mia, her gift from God in the event of Rose Ann passing away.

Bella MiaSource: Telepgraph

According to the re-drafted will, Rose Ann has excluded her two sons and has included Bella Mia’s name to ensure that even after the death of Rose, Bella Mia continues to lead the loving and luxurious life that she has been blessed with. The dog, who is treated to Filet Mignon steak everyday for dinner will inherit jewellery, a trust fund and a holiday home from her adoring and loving owner. At present, Bella already has her own bedroom and a double bed to sleep on.

In 2014, Ross Ann had allocated a $100,000 a year allowance for Bella Mia’s weekly pedicures, haircuts and designer shopping spree. Bella Mia and Rose Ann are inseparable and Ms. Rose ensures that Bella is spoon fed at the dinner table and that she is comfortable in the different five star restaurants and hotels when Ms Ross Ann travels on business and leisure.

GuntherSource: Investopedia

If you are a little perplexed, Ross Ann Bolasany is not the only per parent to leave her pooch money in her will. Recently a German Shepherd named Gunther became the world’s richest animal after his pet parent Karlotta Liebenstein,, a German Countess, left Gunther $145 mn on her death. Gunther stays in pop star Madonna’s ex mansion in Miami.

Similarly, another Maltese Terrier, Trouble inherited $12mn from her pet parent Leona Helmsley, an American businesswoman.

Source: Telegraph

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