I have said it many times. For any pets, it is depressing and desolating to lose a master. And often, they have no choice but to start their lives anew in shelters until someone arrives to adopt them. But our today’s story about two lucky cats is something not like this.
A pair of lucky cats from New York didn’t win the lottery. But still, I consider them fortunate enough to still live a bountiful life despite losing their owner.
Ellen Frey-Wouters, an 88-year-old widow, had no children to inherit her estate in an exclusive section at the Bronx. With that stated, she left $300,000 of her $3 million estate to two lucky cats namely Tiger and Troy.
In her Last Will, the old lady clearly noted that the money should be used to ensure that her lucky cats will never be put into a cage and will be properly loved and cared for. And to grant her wish, Frey-Wouters’ lawyer, Irwin Fingerit, made sure that the pets will live with people who know them well.
Tiger, an alley cat who sure won the jackpot, is now living with Frey-Wouters’ former health aid, Dahlia Grizzle. They are currently living in Ocala, Florida where the feline is really loving the good life.
According to Grizzle, Tiger is such a wonderful and cat and she believes the kitty deserves the pamper. The feline is actually dining on Gourmet Filet-Mignon flavored cat food. Additionally, he sleeps on a plush faux-fur bed made with silk lining. So fancy, isn’t it?
Troy, on the other hand, is living with one of Frey-Wouters’ former health aide as well. Rita Pohila, the cat’s new caretaker, also received $50,000 for herself in addition to the feline’s fortune.
However, Pohila refused to reveal anything about Troy as of this posting. She invoked the cat’s right of privacy, which we all respect.
Meanwhile, no reports have surfaced relating to how these lucky cats coped with the loss of their owner. But it appears that the cats are doing better now, especially when they are well provided because of the huge fortune that their former master had left for them.
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