Woman leaves $1.8 million home to prized pup in her will – instead of her two sons

Talk about a lucky dog.

Bella Mia, a three-year-old Maltese terrier, will inherit a Florida house worth about £1 million – that's $1.8 million CDN – when her owner, Rose Ann Bolasny, dies, leaving her two sons, aged 32 and 38, out in the cold.

"Prior to [changing my will] I discussed having Bella Mia included in the trust fund with my sons and they totally understood," Bolasny told The Daily Mail. "I explained to them that I know they love Bella Mia very much but I wanted to make sure if anything happened to us she was taken care of in the way that she's used to."

Currently, Bolasny's pampered pooch lives quite a life of luxury. She has a $100,000-a-year allowance to pay for weekly pedicures, trips to the groomer and shopping sprees for designer brands.

According to The Daily Mail,Bella Mia has over 1,000 outfits in a specially-designed walk-in closet.

Bolasny, who is 60, has bequeathed her new Florida home to the cute canine, who she says was "a gift from God."

"My sons at that point were not part of that house because it's a recent purchase," Bolasny said. "It was Bella Mia's third birthday and my husband and I wanted to leave her that house for her birthday."

Bella Mia isn't the first pooch to strike it rich. In 2007, Leona Helmsley's Maltese terrier inherited $12 million from the "Queen of Mean" when she died.

Leaving no reason to quibble over kibble.

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