Melbourne, Oct 26 : A pair of pampered pooches just earned themselves a life of luxury after their wealthy owner died six months ago.
Wags and Deefa were named as the inheritors in their unidentified owner's last will and testament, addressed to "my faithful dogs", and which also outlines a life of luxury for her pups, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The two inherited 700,000 dollars between them, and they will spend the rest of their days at a five-star animal resort north of Melbourne, at a cost of 5000 dollars a month.
Wags, a nine-year-old cairn terrier cross, and Deefa, a 10-year-old corgi cross, enjoy weekly pedicures and regular massages, as well as the services of a personal trainer.
They will be sleeping in four-poster beds, in a bedroom fitted with a television and an air-conditioner.
Their residence at Kepala Pet Resort, in Diggers Rest, also allows them to languish by the lagoon, or spend time at the "country club", which features grass and sand running tracks, and even an indoor swimming pool.
And when these spoilt pets go on to pooch heaven, the remaining riches will go to animal charities including The Lost Dogs Home.