Good gawd, how selfish can you get huh? What a ****ed up world we live in where something like this is legal.Bela is currently being held at an animal shelter while the estate decides what to do. Volunteers are trying to stop the euthanization, even offering to pay to find the dog a new home. But Lay's attorney says that's against his client's wishes.
Legal analysts say the idea isn't entirely uncommon or illegal.
"Animals are considered property and that's what the point of a will is to dispose of property upon one's death. You have that conflicting though with rules that say you have to treat animals humanely," said legal analyst Mike Allen.