British pets in line for £26 bn from owners’ wills
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British pets in line for £26 bn from owners’ wills

LONDON — British pet owners plan to bequeath an enormous £26 billion to their furry companions and most will do so without telling their family or friends, according to a study.

This week it emerged that fashion designer Alexander McQueen left £50,000 in his will for the care of his pet dogs and it seems many other people have also set aside generous legacies.

A survey of 14,181 pet owners by More Than Pet Insurance discovered that 27 percent have already included their pet in their wills or intend to do so.

Of those people, 35 percent plan to leave their pets more than £10,000 in their wills, with some 37 percent admitting they intend to leave more to their companion animal than to a close relative or family friend.

Around 21 percent plan to leave their pets the family home.

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