10. Savannah Cat – $20,000
Savannah Cat is the result of the hybrid between African Serval and normal cat. They are friendly, loves playing in water. It costs about $12,000/year to own a Savannah Cat.
9. Lavender Albino Ball Python – $40,000
If you are a big fan of reptile, you can’t ignore the cuteness of Lavender Albino Ball Python because of their special red eyes and typical markings.
8. Camels – $55,000
Owning Camels is the symbol of wealthy Arabs. Because of 50-year-of-life-span, Camels need vaccines, grooming, special caring and nutrition. Everything can cost more than $100,000/year.
7. Chimpanzees – $60,000
Chimpanzees are rather closely related to Homo sapiens. This is the answer for their intelligence and playful. Like owning a Camel, it costs you hundreds of dollar to take care of them.
6. Arabian Horse – $100,000
Are you a riding-horse-lover? Yes, Arabian Horses are best suit for you. Their origins are from Arabian Peninsula by the 7th century CE. They value for their speed, beauty, intelligence and gentleness.
5. White Lion Cubs – $140,000
If you still wonder if you are able to qualify legal procedure in your country, you are free to own a White Lion Cubs. They come from specific regions in Africa. They are not classified as a subspecies of Panthera Leo, which is mostly comes from the different gene makeup between them. It is believed that they a albino but it is not true!
4. Tibetan Mastiff Dogs – $582,000 – $1,500,000
Having Tibetan Mastiff Dogs has become a trend in China lately. The rich are craving of them for luxuries and Tibetan Mastiff Dogs can meet their need of being a status symbol.
3. Miss Missy – Cow – $1,200,000
Eastside Lewisdale Gold Missy is a twelve-year-old black and white Holstein cow from Canada that sold for 1.2 million dollars; she became the most expensive cow in the world. She won several tittles and produced 50% more milk than average cow.
2. Sir Lancelot Encore – Labrador – $16,000,000
Sir Lancelot Encore is the world’s first commercially cloned pet. The story begins when an American couple thinks they couldn’t live without their dog, Sir Lancelot. They stored Sir Lancelot’s DNA for four years before he died. In 2008, the dog was diagnosed and died because of cancer. The couple heard about cloning technology and decided to pay to clone their beloved dog.
1. Green Monkey – Thoroughbred Racehorse – $16 Million
Green Monkey is an America thoroughbred racehorse. His perfect gene combines with his incredible speed (running a mile in just under 9.8 seconds in his first race) made Green Monkey the most expensive horse/pet of all time.
Have you fell in love with them yet?