(WMC-TV) - Two Mid-South cats are living the last of their nine lives in luxury after an estate was left behind for them by their owner.
Some might call them fat cats, because their house is in a gated community. Their owner, Leon Sheppard, Sr., left his 4,270-square-foot house and $250,000 for the care of his cats in his will.
His will states the money should be used for the care of Frisco and Jake and the maintenance of this house they live in.
"If their owner sees fit, they can create a trust for the welfare and benefit of the cats and their care," said attorney Randy Fishman, who has practiced law for almost 35 years.
He says it is rare, but it's not unheard of as New York hotel heiress Leona Helmsley left $12 million for the care of her dog, Trouble.
"I don't know [if] I've ever come across one," said Fishman.