Many people have seen the film ‘Entertainment’ in which a dog became a billionaire. The film was good and people loved it but it was fictitious. However, there are some animals in the world that are the richest. These animals are not only lucky enough to live a luxurious life but also have their own fortune. Here are the 11 richest pets in history that own the millions as their property inherited from their owners.
1. Gunther IV – $375 Million
A German Shepherd Gunther IV is a living wealthiest animal with a net worth of about $375 million which is inherited from his father Gunther III. When Gunther III’s owner countess Karlotta Leibenstein died in 1991 she left all her wealth to Gunther III and his children which the number four inherited legally. He is living a luxurious life in a mansion in Miami which was acquired from ‘material girl’ Madonna in 2000 and also he owns a villa in the Bahamas. It is said that Gunther IV is probably 28 years old today.
2. Choupette – $200 Million
The German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld’s lovable pet Choupette became an owner of $195 million fortunes after the death of Karl Lagerfeld in early 2019. But Choupette originally belonged to the French Model Baptise Giabiconi and it was given as a gift to Karl in 2011. From then it was their pet of Karl until his death due to complications from pancreatic cancer. Lagerfeld said in one of the interviews in 2015 that Choupette had earned $3 million by herself from participating in two projects.
3. Grumpy Cat – $100 Million
Tardar Sauce was an American internet celebrity cat famously known as Grumpy cat for her grumpy facial appearance. Her appearance on the internet started when her photograph was posted by Bryan Bundesen on Reddit. He is the brother of a Grumpy cat owner named Tabatha Bundesen. After that, she appeared in many Media. She got over 8.3 million likes on Facebook, 2.6 million followers on Instagram, and more than 1 million followers on Twitter. Grumpy Cat passed away on 14th May 2019, at the age of 7. The reason behind its death is the complications from urinary tract infections.
4. Toby Rimes – $92 Million
The Royal poodle Toby Rimes living in New York City inherited a fortune of $92 million from his predecessors. The first Tobey, who was owned by New York City millionaire Ella Wendel, was left with an amount between $30 million to $ 80 million after her death. Its treasure had grown from generation to generation and reached the worth of $92 million today.