World's Richest Cat Can't be "Trusted"

According to an article in The Guardian, “Tommaso, a four-year-old, one-time stray from Rome, is thought to have become the world’s richest cat.”  We’ve seen cases like this before, but unlike Massachusetts, which allows residents to establish trusts for their pets before and after death, Italy does not. So in the case of Tommaso, the signora had to leave her pet and his inheritance to a beneficiary, one Stefania, a “fellow cat-lover.”