“Caregiver steals half a million in woman’s will meant for DFW animal shelter”
Animals were close to Victoria Harris’ heart.
She had no children or siblings — her two cats were her family. So it made sense that Harris would leave her $500,000 to $700,000 estate to Operation Kindness, Dallas-Fort Worth’s largest and first no-kill shelter.
However, a disputed will might instead leave that money to a nursing home caregiver who Operation Kindness says illegally changed Harris’ will.
…“Ms. Harris had a lot of trouble getting around and needed help getting around and that allowed people to take advantage of her,” said Anna Kalinina, one of the lawyers representing Operation Kindness.