In all our lives we have seen or heard richest people in the world. However, we have never thought of animals being rich than people in our lives. In this article, I will be taking you through the richest animals in the world.
1. Gunther IV
Topping the list of the world's richest pets is Gunther IV, a German Shepherd who is the lucky heir to the enormous fortune left to his father, Gunther III, who got it from his human, German Countess Karlotta Leibenstein. With $375 million to his name Gunther IV dines on steak and caviar and owns multiple million-dollar homes.
Grumpy is a cat that making a fortune on the internet due to her permanently ‘grumpy’ expression- a feature which has earned her Internet fame and a fortune of whopping US$99 million.
Taylor Swift's cat Olivia Benson has appeared in various commercials, including Diet Coke and Keds shoes. This Scottish Fold cat is worth a cool $97 million.
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