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  • Writer's pictureSwati Bhat

OMG! Taylor Swift's cat is valued at Rs 800 crore

Washington [US], January 7: Being a cat person has great advantages! According to a recent article by All About Cats, Taylor Swift's Scottish fold, Olivia Benson, is the third richest pet in the world. According to today's exchange rate, the fat cat's estimated net worth is 97 million dollars, or almost Rs 800 crore. This is "pawsitively" astonishing.

Swati Bhat

A Siamese and tabby mix named @Nala cat, a social media influencer, is said to be second in the feline fine with an estimated $100 million, according to the US-based news source New York Post. With an astounding $500 million, Gunther VI, a German Shepherd owned by the Italian media company Gunther Corporation, claimed the title of richest pet ever.

The ranking was produced using data from Instagram and the expected earnings from each pet's social media posts. Swift posted a picture of Olivia cuddled up on a couch on her Instagram page in 2020, and it garnered over 2 million likes. It goes without saying that the singer of the "Midnights" album adores her cat, whose name is taken from a famous "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" character portrayed by actress Mariska Hargitay. In addition to appearing in commercials, her fluffy cat has also starred in the music videos for her songs "Blank Space" and "Me!" "I was kind of canvassing everyone I knew, asking, "Is cats, cat lady?" before I got the second cat.

According to a report by the New York Post, Swift made the statement during an appearance on "Live With Kelly and Michael" in 2014, where she stressed the plural form of "cat." "There are multiple cats, and there are two cats. In response, they said, "No, three cats is a cat woman, two cats is a party. With $30 million each, Oprah Winfrey's dogs Sadie, Sunny, Lauren, Layla, and Luke took second place on the list of richest pets, ahead of the Pomeranian Jiffpom, the late Karl Lagerfeld's cat Choupette, the late actress Betty White, and the Pomeranian Jiffpom.

According to a New York Post report, Instagram-famous canines Doug The Pug, Tucker, and Marutaro were tied for first place with each earning USD 1.5 million. In honour of Brad Pitt's character in the 2008 movie "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," Swift also has a cat named Benjamin Button. Despite being a cute ragdoll cat, Button was passed over.

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