Millionaire leaves R1,4 million to her cockatiels

By admin
08 September 2015

A New York millionaire has left R1,4-million ($100 000) in a trust fund for her 32 cockatiels.

According to the New York Post, Leslie Ann Mandel’s will states that her beloved birds should say on in the bird cage at her R55-million house in East Hampton, New York.

In legal documents she mentioned all the birds by name – Wheetie, Port, Blackie, Zippy, Tara, Zara, Shasha, Pigeon, Victory, Alie, Zack 12, Dart, Cubby, Max, Baby, Ruthie, Pumpkin, Tattoo, Susie, Tracy, Margie, Sammy, Angel, Inky, Sara, Tundra, Tanteleah, Eva, Cody, Nicki, Avis and Dragon.

'It is my wish that the birds are fed and that the building is cleaned every Monday and Thursday'

Part of her will reads, “It is my wish that the birds are fed and that the building is cleaned every Monday and Thursday. Their food must be bought at Avi-Cakes and they must also get carrots, water and popcorn.

Leslie Ann, who had been married to science fiction author Arthur Hertzog, nominated her stepson, Matthew Hertzog, as the trustee of the fund. He must also care for a cat called Kiki and Frosty, a St Bernard dog.

She died in June at the age of 69. She was worth R73 million.

Source: dailymail.co.uk

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