Pets are said to be the best stress busters and are often considered as great companions; This is why you can find them in every other household, pets are primarily kept for a person’s company or entertainment.
They can provide their owners with physical and emotional benefits, and are even used for therapy, majority of the population loves having pets and are willing to spend loads of money on them, but if you are looking for something exotic or rare, then you’ll have to spend a fortune on them, as they don’t come cheap, we have made a list of the Top 10 Most Expensive Pets In The World
Savannah Cat – Rs. 15,19,500
A hybrid between a serval and a domestic cat, Savannah Cat is a majestic creature, which is beautiful to look at, they’re lean and tall, and unlike most of the cats, are extremely friendly, making them great companions, however, they don’t come for cheap, as owning a Savannah Cat can cost you around Rs. 15,19,500. Looking after this exotic creature too can be expensive, as it’s going to cost you over Rs.7000 per month to take care of it.
Lavender Albino Ball Python – Rs. 30,47,800
The lavender albino python is a rare genetic morph of the ball python, they are highly valued by snake enthusiasts for their pretty pastel colouration and ruby red eyes, what sets them apart from other albinos is their pale lavender background scale and golden markings, they are regarded as one of the most beautiful snakes in the world. Despite looking dangerous, they make for excellent pets, If you are interested in snakes, then the Lavender Albino Ball Python is a great choice, however, you’ll have to pay around Rs. 7,61,92,500to get them.
Camels – Rs. 7,61,92,500
Yes, Camels are not that rare, but that does not stop them from being some of the most expensive pets in the world, they are used as a popular form of transportation in the middle east and are often owned by wealthy Arabs, they are known to require a rigorous amount of training and are notoriously stubborn, and on top of that, they are social creatures and require a partner, so keep that in mind while buying one or two, they’ll cost you around Rs. 7,61,92,500.
Chimpanzees – Rs. 7,61,92,500
Chimpanzees are the closest extant relatives to humans are some of the smartest creatures in the world, they are highly social creatures and often live in communities ranging from 10 to 100, there are two species of chimpanzees called Bonobo and Common chimps, and both of them are endangered, making them rare and exotic, though only 300,000 Chimpanzees remain in the world, several countries allow you to legally own them, but they don’t come cheap, as you will have to spend around Rs. 7,61,92,500to own them.
Arabian Horse – Rs. 7,61,92,500
Easily one of the most beautiful and recognizable breeds of horse in the world, The Arabian or Arab horse is a breed of horse that originates from the Arabian Peninsula. Its distinctive head shape and high tail carriage make it stand apart from other horses, It is also one of the oldest breeds dating back to almost 4,500 years. The Arabian horse is extremely popular, as it is a loving and affectionate horse, but all of this comes with a hefty price tag, owning this horse can cost you well over Rs. 7,61,92,500, so if you’re willing to spend that much money, then you’ll have yourself one of the most athletic horses that the world has to offer.
White Lion Cubs – Rs. 1,18,00,537
This extraordinary colour is caused by a rare colour mutation of the lion, specifically the Southern African lion, they were first spotted in 1938 in the Timbavati area, It is believed that the mutation is due to recessive genes in both parents, resulting in the white colour, these creatures are extremely rare and are highly expensive, as they are going to cost you Rs. 1,18,00,537 for a single Cub, also these cubs don’t prefer to be alone, so you’ll have to get another one to keep them company.
Red Pure Bred Tibetan Mastiff – Rs. 1,18,00,537
The Red Pure Bred Tibetan Mastiff is the most expensive dog in the world, and just one look at the dog is enough to justify the price, they are the biggest breeds of dogs that you can find and are a sight to withhold, they are priced this highly because they are extremely rare, and finding a purely bred Tibetan Mastiff is a miracle in itself, originally bred to be guard dogs to protect livestock or palaces, these dogs make for a great pet if you can afford them, as they are going to cost you around Rs. 1,18,00,537, In 2011, a Tibetan Mastiff was sold for Rs. 11,40,56,250.
Miss Missy – Cow – Rs. 1,18,00,537
Miss Missy gets the 3rd place on our list, Missy is a Holstein cow who was auctioned for Rs. 1,18,00,537 in 2009, making her the most expensive cow in the world, now you might ask why Missy costs so much, as she looks like any other normal cow, however, she has several major titles and produces 50% more milk than a standard cow, making her extremely unique. She is also the most valuable young cow in the world right now and is one of the top show cows in North America.
Sir Lancelot Encore – Labrador – Rs. 1,18,00,537
Sir Lancelot Encore might look like any ordinary Labrador, but he is, in fact, the world’s first cloned dog. A coupled couldn’t live with the loss of their dog called Sir Lancelot who died of cancer, so they put all their money to put bring him back, they spent over Rs. 1,18,00,537 to clone the dog, Sir Lancelot is a complete clone of his former self, and he is the world’s first successfully cloned dog, he is currently valued at Rs. 1,21,74,00,000, making him the highest valued dog in the world.
Green Monkey – Thoroughbred Racehorse – Rs. 1,21,92,88,000
Topping out our list of Top 10 Most Expensive Pets In The World is the Green monkey, an American Thoroughbred racehorse. He was sold in 2006 as a two-year-old colt for the highest price ever paid for an animal at auction for Rs. 1,21,92,88,000. What makes him so expensive? Well, it was one of the fastest horses in the world, running a mile in just under 9.8 seconds in his first-ever race, it’s incredible speed and genetics made it the most expensive pet in the world, The horse was laid to rest in May 2018.