Cat lover, 91, leaves home to Coventry rescue charity
According to BBC, "a 91-year-old woman from Coventry has bequeathed her home to a volunteer cat rescue group."
"Diana Williams, who fostered cats for Coventry Cat Group, died in May. The charity hopes to replace the 20 cat pens already in the Allesley bungalow's garden, at a cost of about £60,000. The bungalow is thought to be worth in the region of £300,000."
Trustee Angie Willems, 54, said she had "great respect for Diana", who she described as "a very feisty lady".
She added that there was "a whole mix of emotion" about the pensioner's death.
Sourec: BBC News
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