Muriel Siebert, a powerful force of Wall Street, never married or had children, but she did have a Chihuahua who was near and dear to her heart and today, that dog is the recipient of a $100,000 inheritance following Siebert's death, reported Friday's New York Daily News.
At the age of 84, Siebert died from cancer, but before she passed, she ensured that her beloved dog, "Monster Girl," would be well cared for after she was gone.
According to the NY Daily News, "millions" more was left for animal rescue and care. Thousands of dollars were left to the Animal Medical Centre in Manhattan for the dog's continued veterinary care.
Monster Girl has been left to Siebert's friend, Lynda Fox-Frazer, who has been entrusted with the sizable inheritance, on behalf of the treasured dog.
Siebert's will read:
I request that my dog not be left alone for long periods of time during the day,”
Siebert's career began by working at various brokerages, and she was the first woman to hold a seat on the New York Stock Exchange.
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