American billionaire Leona Helmsley has left $12 million to her pet dog Trouble in her will. What class!
So, what is a dog to do with such monies? There are only so many nail manicures, doggy treats, shampoo and washes, that one dog can get.
I suggest: morning walks accompanied by a team of security personnel; a selection of deletable girl-doggies at his beck and call; only the freshest of red meat for dinner; personalised, gold-enamelled poop scoopers; little doggy choo-choo trains to bring him around his estate; champagne baths; and personalised doggy number plates on the Rolls Royce to bring him to his favourite parks. Topped off with a solid-gold, diamond-encrusted coffin when he enters her mausoleum.
What puzzles me is: does he pay inheritance tax? I mean, is there a law that says all dogs have to pay tax at all? Dunno. I guess that would be a question for the lawyers.