Karl Lagerfeld’s Cat Choupette’s $200M Fortune and Other Unbelievable Inheritances Ever Left to Pets

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Sometimes billionaires decide that their money should not be left for charity or to the relatives. In this case, they leave everything (or the biggest part) to their pets.

Check out the list of the richest pets that inherited millions from their owners on Nexter.org.

Choupette 

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The cat of Karl Lagerfeld, Choupette, has a bodyguard, a personal chef, and two maids, and might also inherit a big piece of designer’s $150m fortune.

He once even said that he would marry her and added,  ‘Her name is Choupette, Princess Choupette or Miss Choupette. She’s snow white with touches of caramel around the eyes, ears and on her endless boa-like feather tail.’

 

Gunther IV

Source: AP

This German Shepherd is the heir to German countess and multi-millionaire Karlotta Liebenstein. She died in 1991 and left $80 million fortune to her beloved dog, Gunther III as Karlotta didn’t have any children.

This dog owns villas in Italy and the Bahamas, dines on steak and caviar and is a welcomed guest at parties.

 

Kalu

Source: AP

Patricia O’Neill’s left her chimpanzee Kalu $70 million.

The ex-wife of Olympic medalist Frank O’Neill had a collection of over 40 that were about to inherit her fortune, but something went wrong with financial manipulations.

 

Luke, Layla, Sadie, Sunny and Lauren

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Oprah Winfrey would leave $30 million to her dogs: Luke and Layla (golden retrievers), Sadie (cocker spaniel), Sunny and Lauren (springer spaniels).

 

Tommaso

 

Source: AP

Italian real estate investor, Maria Assunta, was childless and left $13 million to the cat Tommaso she rescued from the streets of Rome.

 

Trouble 

Source: AP

Leona Helmsley was the real estate businesswoman that left her Maltese dog Trouble more than she did to her grandchildren ($12 million).

 

Conchita, Lucia and April Marie

Source: AP

Gail Posner left $11 million (pet spa included) to her three dogs Conchita (Chihuahua), Lucia (Yorkshire terrier) and April Marie (Maltese).

And, her son, of course, didn’t get a thing.


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Karl Lagerfeld’s Cat Choupette's $200M Fortune and Other Unbelievable Inheritances Ever Left to Pets
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Karl Lagerfeld’s Cat Choupette's $200M Fortune and Other Unbelievable Inheritances Ever Left to Pets
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Sometimes billionaires decide that their money should not be left for charity or to the relatives. In this case, they leave everything (or the biggest part) to their pets. Check out the list of the richest pets that inherited millions from their owners on Nexter.org.
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