A 72-year-old woman named Glenda DeLawder passed away a little over a year ago in Elizabethton, Tennessee.
And it turns out she left her entire $1.2 million estate to help local ANIMAL GROUPS in her area.
The mayor of her town announced it on Christmas Day last week. But apparently the groups she left money to have known about it for a while.
$540,000 is going to her local animal shelter to expand the holding areas, so all the dogs and cats have more room to run around. Construction starts next Monday.
They’re also getting a new van so they can transport animals that need to be spayed and neutered. And the rest of the money is being split between a bunch of different animal groups in the area.