The late Alexander McQueen left his three dogs in good financial care. Thanks to their owner, his dogs–Minter, Juice, and Callum–will be taken care of, literally, as they were left with $81,000 for the “continual care.” McQueen also left money to his household staff (of two people), his godson, nieces, nephews, siblings, etc. (they all-besides the siblings-received the same amount as his three dogs). His giving didn’t stop there. He also gave to the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, the Blue Cross Sick Animal Center, the London Buddhist Center and the Terrence Higgins Trust, his own charity (Sarabande), along with some funds going to a scholarship for Central St. Martins University of Art and Design, the school from which he graduated. Peep the full story here.