CHINA: A woman’s pet will get $2.8 million in her will, not the children.

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  • A woman in China voluntarily bit her children because she felt they were neglecting her.
  • Instead, she’s leaving her $2.8 million fortune to her pets, according to a report from Shanghai.
  • The pet clinic will manage the money and care for her dogs, cats and their offspring.

A wealthy woman in China has decided to leave her $2.8 million fortune to her pets and her three children will get nothing.

A woman from Shanghai, with the surname Liu, made the decision. Cut off his children at will Because she felt they neglected her in her old age and did not visit her when she was ill, the South China Morning Post reported, citing Zhonglan News.

Meanwhile, her beloved pet cats and dogs stayed with her.

His dramatic decision was greeted positively by some Chinese online. “Well, if my daughter misbehaves with me in the future, I will also leave my home for others,” said one.

It is not clear how old the woman is, but the report describes her as “elderly.”

According to the report, her will now specifies that the money should be spent on her pets and their offspring after she dies.

Since it is not legal in China to leave money directly to animals, a local veterinary clinic will be responsible for the pets and administer the inheritance.

According to the South China Morning Post, an official from the Chinaville Registration Center’s East China branch said they told Liu there were risks in letting the pet clinic take charge of all his money.

“We told Aunty Leo that if her children change their attitude towards her, she can always change her will again,” the official said.

Many previous examples of Pets heir to fortune Includes a German shepherd named Gunther III, who inherited $65 million From his German countess owner, he became the richest dog in history.

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