Owning a cat is expensive but what if your cat is worth a million times than the expenses? A few cats turn out to be worth millions of dollars, more than anyone can imagine. Most of them received it from their adoptive human parents while some work it with their own fame and luck. Here are the world’s wealthiest cats.
Known as an internet sensation, Grumpy Cat is beloved for her natural and permanent frown. Her real name is Tardar Sauce and ever since her owner posted photos of her on Instagram, it raked millions of likes and followers. This turned Grumpy Cat into a global feline icon which opened various opportunities. This kitty has gotten multiple endorsements and even a Christmas movie titled Worst Christmas Ever. Tardar Sauce’s net worth is estimated to reach $100 million but her owners have not confirmed or revealed any definite numbers.
A four-year-old Scottish Fold almost as famous as her ‘hoomom,’ this kitty is said to be worth $97 million. Olivia is no other than Taylor Swift’s beloved pet named after the Law & Order detective. Much like Grumpy Cat, Olivia Benson is not just getting money from mom but working her way through. She has numerous commercials, appearing in brands like Keds, AT&T and Diet Coke.continues to make media appearances to upkeep her social status, she maintains a full merchandise empire, and in the 2014 film based on her life, Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever, she’s played by Aubrey Plaza.
Choupette is a six-year-old Birman kitty and also one of the world’s wealthiest cats. She is the pampered kitty of Karl Lagerfeld, the head of design and creative director of Chanel. Choupette not only has wealth but also fame, with thousands of followers on her Instagram. This cat supposedly appears in photoshoots for Chanel and has line of merchandise inspired by her. Purportedly, Choupette’s net worth is around $4 million.
Another of the world’s wealthiest cats is Tommasino, a black stray cat found in Rome and adopted by an Italian woman named Maria Assunta. The cat inherited a staggering $13 million which sure beats a lot of human rags-to-riches stories.
While the four above are sure to be the world’s wealthiest cats, Blackie has marked his place as the world’s wealthiest kitty according to Guinness World Records. He inherited $13 million back in 1988 when his owner Ben Rea, a British antiques dealer, passed away.
These sure are lucky cats that can live out their nine lives lavishly!