Buckshot, Katie and Obu-Jet enjoy the good life and are well taken care of even though their owner passed away last year.
Ken Kemper, the former owner of the dogs, died of cancer last year. He left his three dogs $400,000 from his estate and his Maryland house. In total, Buckshot, Katie, and Obu-Jet are worth about $800,000.
The beagle and two Labrador mixes were adopted by Kemper, and now the three live at the house with a caretaker.
On Friday nights, the dogs are treated to a spaghetti and meatball dinner with garlic bread. Buckshot, Katie, and Obu-Jet just know when it’s Friday and when it’s time for spaghetti and meatballs.
Even though these three dogs may have a lot of money in the bank, they don’t seem to know that they have a lot of money and are just like any other dog.
Their caretaker, Ron Grady, said, “They’re the most loving dogs. That’s all they live for is to give you attention and love.” All three dogs simply like to sit outside in the sun and observe the neighborhood.
The dogs also receive the best medical attention around. When Katie escaped from the yard and got hit by a car, she visited the vet 40 times to mend her broken legs and hip. The bill totaled about $6,000.
The executor of Kemper’s estate said that when the dogs die, she said that she will ensure that the money goes to an animal charity.
Source: Herald Mail
(Thanks Debbie and Stefani)