The Millionaire German Sheppard!

The Millionaire German Sheppard!

A Miami estate, owned by a German Shepherd, has been sold for $29 million. German Countess Karlotta Liebenstein left her estate to her dog, Gunther IV. 51,000 square foot mansion has 9 bedrooms. Before she died, Karlotta created a corporation to take care of Gunther and his inheritance. If that dog has $29 million…I’d be happy to play “fetch” with, where I go get the stick. (Inside Edition)

Radisson Hotels in California are using robots because of staffing shortages. The robots deliver room service. Guests like the robots because room service wait times have been reduced from 30 minutes to five…AND they won’t spit in your food if you don’t tip them. (ABC)

A cat was reunited with its Colorado family after being accidentally donated to a thrift store, inside with an old recliner. Employees of the Arc Thrift Store in Denver, discovered there was a cat hiding inside a recliner chair that had been donated earlier in the day. Luckily, the family that donated the chair discovered the cat was missing and went back and got him. That’s so weird, that’s how we misplaced my grand pa…twice. (UPI)

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