These People Are Leaving $1,000s to Their Pets in Case They Die

People love their pets to death, and apparently afterward, too. Some pet owners are making legal preparations to be sure their furry companions will be taken care of should they outlive their humans. New York billionaire Leona Helmsley famously left her dog, Trouble, $12 million in her will. Joshua Lachowicz is a veterinary oncologist and first learned about pet trusts when he agreed to care for the dog of a friend who was making end-of-life plans. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.