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Woman Leaves $100,000 To Pet Chihuahua Named 'Monster Girl'

  • (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

    (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)  (2011 Getty Images)

  • Muriel Siebert (Photo by Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images)

    Muriel Siebert (Photo by Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images)  (2011 Getty Images)

Muriel Siebert is making history both in life and in death.

The fiancée pioneer, who became the first woman to hold a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, left behind $100,000 to her pet long-haired Chihuahua when she died in August.

While Siebert gave most of her $48 million fortune to her namesake nonprofit, the New York Daily News reported that she also left behind a nice chunk of change for her beloved pooch.

Battling cancer, the then 84-year-old made sure the money had some strings attached to it.

Bequeathing the money to friend Lynda Fox-Frazer, who inherited Monster Girl, Siebert requested “my dog not be left alone for long periods of time during the day."

Aside from the $100,000, Siebert also left $10,000 a year to be given to The Animal Medical Center for the duration of Monster Girl’s life.

The rest of her fortune, going to the Muriel F. Siebert Foundation, will be dedicated to teach people about financial literacy and “the humane support of animals.”

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