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In all our lives we have seen or heard people like Jeff Bezzos, Elon Musk and Bill Gates who are the richest people in the world. However, we have never thought of animals being rich than people in our lives. In this article, I'll be taking you through the richest animals in the world.
We all know that some people love their pets more than the people around them and that some people go to great lengths to ensure that their pets are properly cared for after they pass away.
Below are the richest animals on the world;
1. Blackie ($25 million)
The riched cat in the world is reported to be Blackie.
When Blackie's owner died in 1988, he left a total of $ 13 million for Blackie. Later, it was discovered that the entire value of inheritance was far higher.
2. Gigoo ($ 16 million)
Gigoo is the world's wealthiest chicken.
Gigoo belongs to Myles Blackwell, a well-known textbook publisher. Myles sold all of his stakes at the end of his life and went to rearing sheep and chickens, leaving a total of $ 16 million for his hen when he died in 2001.
3. The grumpy cat ($ 100 million)
In just two years, Tarter Sauce made $ 100 million from a variety of goods featuring her, including best-selling books and a film (grumpy cats worst Christmas).
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