Friday, July 29, 2011

Alexander McQueen remembers her dogs in his will

The fashion genius Alexander McQueen, who took his life in February 2010, at age 40, did not forget in his will of her dogs and best friends, Minter, Juice and Callum. According to the BBC, the British designer would leave £ 50,000 to their dogs, an amount he wanted to ensure that lack nothing for the rest of their lives.

McQueen had told the magazine Arena Homme + in an interview in 2009: "My dogs are the only thing in the world you truly trust." However, in his last will has not only remembered her dogs, but many other animals in need. He also made around € 114,000 for four charities. Each will receive this amount, two of them are Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and the Blue Cross animal welfare charity, which is responsible for rescue, heal and provide for adoption of dogs and cats.

Money has been a pleasant surprise from a big animal lover and a person who supported Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, a spokesman told the BBC this organization. While, from the Blue Cross believed that the donation was an emotional tribute to emphasize its obvious love for their dogs. Unfortunately, if someone dies and has animals in charge and has left his future well-disposed, it becomes a nightmare for most of them.

Designer dogs have been fortunate to not have millions of animals in the world.

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