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Story Of A Dog Owning And Living In A 56 Billion House And Flying In A Private Jet Excites Netizens

Story of a German Shepherd dog named Guther VI that is currently worth Ksh 56 Billion in Miami after inheriting the money from it's father Guther III who was a lovely pet to a rich man who died in 1992, has excited Kenyans online.

(Photo| Guther VI)

German Countess Karlotta Liebenstein, lived in a mansion worth Ksh 56 Billion with his lovely pet he named Guther III. Karlotta died in 1992 and the left the mansion for his lovely pet dog as shown in the will he left.

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Before Karlotta died, he assigned people to ensure the wealth is passed down to the family's dog. Now it's reported that the Guther VI is 'planning' to sell the mansion for Ksh3.5 Billion. The dog always fly in private jet when travelling.

(Photo| Guther VI And The Mansion)

The building price has depreciated because some of the money was used to buy another big building in Italy, Tuscan. Also this property is under the dog's family. Ruthie and Ethan Assouline are supervising the dog's property.

Netizens online reacted by comparing how dogs in Kenya are treated with the one in the mansion.

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