It’ll Blow Your Mind How Rich These PETS Are
It’s in the millions. Ridic.
A weird version of the Forbes Rich List has been released, but instead of ranking the world’s richest people, it ranks the world’s richest pets instead.
And if you thought you were jealous over Kylie Jenner’s recent Forbes cover that revealed the 21-year-old’s billion-pound empire, then you’ll be green with envy over the net worth of these animals.
Arguably the most famous of the bunch is Grumpy Cat, who comes second on the list with a net worth of $99,500,000. Yep, you read that right, this cat is worth just under 100 million dollars.
A lot of the net worth of these pets comes from inheritance, which is absolutely bizarre, but it happens apparently.
And some, like Grumpy Cat, get revenue from merchandising, sponsorships and media appearances. It looks like going viral can really pay off.
The richest animal in the world is a dog called Gunther IV, who lives in Germany and inherited his fortune from his father Gunther III (yep, another dog). He also owns multiple million-dollar homes.
According to the list, he lives off of steak and caviar and has staff. Maids, butlers, you name it, this dog can afford it.
Can you guess how much he’s worth? Actually, we’ll just tell you. $375,000,000. Let that sink in for a hot minute.
The list goes on, with 35 animals making the cut, and even the poorest, called Peanut, is still worth $1,500. And that's still more than us.
Brb while we get in touch with Gunther IV and make a brand-new friend.