A woman in China decided to leave her $2.8 million fortune to her dogs and cats and nothing to her children, report says

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His dramatic decision was received positively by some Chinese online. “Well done. If my daughter treats me badly in the future, I will also leave my house to others,” one of them said.

It’s unclear exactly how old the woman is, but the report describes her as an “elderly person.”

His will now stipulates that the money be spent on his pets and their offspring after his death, according to the report.

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

An official at the eastern branch of the China Will Registration Center said he told Liu there were risks in entrusting all his money to the pet clinic, according to the South China Morning Post.

“We told Aunt Liu that if her children changed their attitude toward her, she could always change her will again,” the official said.

Several previous cases of animals inheriting fortunes include a German Shepherd named Gunther III, who inherited $65 million from his owner, the German Countess, making him the richest dog in history.

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