Yes, you read that correctly.
Two Bronx cats inherited $300,000 after their owner, author Ellen Frey-Wouters of Fieldston in The Bronx passed away in 2015 and wanted to make sure that they would be taken care of in her absence.
This isn’t the first time pets get treated better than their human counterparts when it comes to the reading of the will.
Remember back in 2007 when Leona Helmsley passed away and left $12 million to her dog?
Yeah, that also happened.
At the very least, though, the late Bronxite Frey-Wouters had her $3 million estate divided by her two former home health aide and attorney.
Once the cats die, a sister in her native Netherlands will receive the balance of what’s left of the kitty, pun intended.
Watch the story on CBS: