The 20 Most Expensive Pets In The World

As you know, the price of pet food and the rent for the house are among the main expenses of a person’s life, and it would be really great if you can cut them down.

 And even if you were not one to splurge on expensive pets, there is still one out there that is pretty darn expensive, and it costs a whole lot.

The pet store has the highest cost compared to the other countries.

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The 20 Most Expensive Pets in the World

As you walk down the city streets of any of the major metropolitan areas of North America, you will be able to find a number of specialty stores that cater to our furry friends. From exotic pet stores to boutique pet boutiques, you should not be surprised to find a plethora of pet-related merchandise to satisfy even the most discerning pet owner’s shopping pleasure.

This list is made up of the most expensive pet in the world.

20. Micro Pig – $2,000

The Pet of the Month club is a membership service where owners receive their first pet for free.

Piglets are born with their eyes open. They don’t weigh much, but grow quickly. Unlike hogs, whose teeth grow continuously as they age, pigs’ teeth go through three distinct stages of development.

You may want to buy animals like cute dogs, cats, and other animals like that in order to make more money for you.

19. Tiger Cubs – $2,500

I found out about this product because it was included in an email I received a few days ago.

But the “going rate” is currently being driven down by increasing supply and decreasing demand.

There are certain places where owning a tiger or cub is illegal, but there are also a number of places that are okay with it.

The price of a car is the amount you spend on a car. The price of care is the amount you spend in caring for it.

18. Kangaroo – $3,000

The Australian government has announced that from July, you can keep an Emu in your backyard, as long as you’re a registered agricultural business.

Kangaroos aren’t the typical pets. They are also expensive, like our top five most expensive animals.

They’re a little tricky to keep, but they can be an expensive joy to keep.

Kangaroos are relatively inexpensive to maintain, however, you’ll have to be aware of that fact.

17. Wallaby – $4,000

Similar to the Kangaroo, the Wallaby can also make an excellent pet! They are fun to be around and you can play with them by throwing or catching them! And, once a player has captured a Wallaby, they’ll stay in their keeper’s possession for life!

Kangaroo’s and wallabies are both members of the kangaroo family.

There’s no doubt that they’re cute and they look like a happy and fluffy little thing, but they’re illegal and considered to be pests in a lot of countries, hence why it’s more common to see them in Australia.

When you care for the wallaby, it costs you (almost) the same as a car.

16. Bengal Cat – $5,000

The breed has a reputation for being quite independent and curious.

The most common domestic cat breeds are the Persian, Maine Coon, Ragdoll, and the Bengal.

They have a distinctive patternation on their fur, which resemble a jungle cat in the eyes of an ignorant human.

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15. Capuchin Monkey – $8,500

When you’re looking for a fun time toy for your buddy, it’s best to steer clear of the clunky vibrators and focus on the vibrating cock rings.

Monkeys have a reputation for being tricky and being a pain in the neck. They are very good at climbing and grasping and they can hold onto things.

Well, we know that people tend to see all monkeys as cute. But as you say, there is some genetic variance and some behavioral variance in that.

14. Bongo Antelope – $9,000

As for the elephants, there are more than 100,000 of them in Thailand.

They are a member of the deer family. They are most known for their long spiralled horns and their white markings on their reddish-brown coat.

You can buy a cow for all the milk you want, but it’s a lot of work and can be expensive.

The antelope can really put on the pounds. They usually weigh between 500 and 900 pounds.

The one thing I was really surprised to see was the number of people buying used. I mean, it’s a cool thing and I’m all for it, but I’m not buying anything for $3,000, especially if it’s something like a kitchen.

13. De Brazza’s Monkey -$12,000

Named after the French explorer, Pietro Savorgnan di Brazza, this monkey was created at the San Diego Zoo as a result of a breeding program between the two species of rhesus monkeys.

It is one of the oldest monkey species in the world and mostly found in African forests. It has many different names.

It looks like a lion and has a beard.
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Keep in mind that they’re illegal to keep in most countries, so check your local regulations.

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12. Hyacinth Macaw – $14,000

A beautiful and well-known bird, the hyacinth macaw is also known as the blue and gold macaw because of its distinctive blue and yellow colours.

It is undeniably one of the most expensive pets in the world, including the purchase price, the food and housing bills. A good quality cage will set you back $2000.

They’re adorable, and they love people and their children. They’re great with them as well.

11. Palm Cockatoo – $16,000

Palms cockatoos are best known for their distinctive red crest that changes colours when excited.

Extremely intelligent and the only birds that are endangered are these Goliath cockatoos. They are also known as Palm Cockatoos and their feathers are the most durable of all the cockatoos.

There are some species of leech that are considered a serious danger to humans.

So although they are the cheapest pets to maintain, people are still more likely to keep them.

10. Savannah Cat – $20,000

The Savannah cat is one of the most beautiful looking cats you may see on a street. It’s a hybrid between a normal domestic cat and an African Serval.

They love to swim, love being around people and are very playful. They are also very friendly and love to spend time with people.

A Savannah cat needs around $10 per hour (minimum wage, $8.30 per hour here in NSW) to look after.

9. Lavender Albino Ball Python – $40,000

The snake game isn’t something you want to play during the day.

A Lavender Albino Ball Python is just a perfect pet.
The name “Ball Python” comes from the fact that this species grows to be more than three feet long.

It is a small snake with a long tail, a small head and a long body. When this snake is happy it opens his eyes wide and shakes his body, he may even hiss.

8. Camels – $55,000

It is the second most common type of camel in the world (after the dromedary) and is found in all of the five continents.

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if you’re looking to buy a camel, you should know that they are very social creatures, and they are usually more suited to a pairing situation.

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7. Chimpanzees – $60,000

Chimpanzees are one of the smartest animals. They are also very closely related to human beings.

They are very smart and play very well. They’re a good choice for a pet.

There are two main species, both of which are endangered, the bonobo and common chimpanzee. While the bonobo is thought to have originated from a common ancestor with humans, this has been disputed by some researchers.

6. Arabian Horse – $100,000

After spending your money on a big-breasted horse, I would suggest you go for a giant goldfish, as they are super cheap.
It costs around $100 to get your hands on this little aquatic friend.

It is considered a highly emotional dog and it will show its love for humans by laying on the bed and even if there is no bed for it to lay on, it will lay on the floor and get into the foot of the bed.

Arabian horses are known for their athletic and endurance qualities. They can be used for competitive riding and racing sports.

 Well, the price of a pet has gone up today, but if you’re looking for something a little more special, then there’s $100,000 worth of funding for an adult lion or lioness over the age of one at the Wildlife Friends Foundation of India.

5. White Lion Cubs – $140,000

Wow! These creatures are amazing!

Lions aren’t actually white, so you are just lying to your kids about the “White” Lion.

These rare lions are the result of a rare mutation in their coat colour.

It is believed that the mutation is caused by recessive genes.

If you spend $140,000 on one cub, it’s going to be best if you get two of them, so they don’t feel lonely.

4. Red Pure Bred Tibetan Mastiff – $582,000

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The most expensive dog in the world is called the Tibetan Mastiff and it usually goes for around $300,000.

The last two of the purebred breed sold for a combined $1,5 million. In total, $2,8 million has been paid for the last 11 Tibetan Mastiffs.

Originally raised to be guard dogs, they’ve since been crossbred and they make a great pet if you can afford to buy one.

3. Miss Missy – Cow – $1.2 Million

As a pet, you can have any one kind
of animal that you want!

Missy the milk cow has sold for 1.2 million dollars, it was sold in 2009 to the owner of the California Angels.


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This girl is worth the money, and she deserves a home with a loving and considerate owner.

2. Sir Lancelot Encore – Labrador – $16 Million

I think so! I am glad because I have never met many Labradors in my life. Even though I have only been friends with one Labradoodle, I think of him as my best friend.

I think a good example would be that once you own one item no.1 you might have to pay a special price for the first item, but the further you go the cheaper they go.

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When he was having some time off from work, he thought that it would be a good idea to have more litters of his own, so he fathered some more.

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1. Green Monkey – Thoroughbred Racehorse – $16 Million

The Green Monkey racehorse cost 1.3 million dollars to purchase back in the year of 2009.

I am sure he does not want to be taken for granted and he expects to be paid for his performances. But, he must be a nice guy to take the time to chat with the fan after his competition.

And he would have been a great jockey, or maybe a horse breaker if he took to it.

He was a horse born with perfect genetics and speed which made him popular for competing in the equestrian world.

He was offered $16 million in 2009. He refused the offer.


If you want to get an idea of how much they cost we have our list of the 20 most expensive pets in the world for you to check out.

 I can honestly say that it was an eye opener, which is no surprise as I am not one to shy away from a challenge. Some of these pets are so interesting and would probably be a challenge to own. I am not saying anyone should own one but rather if you have your heart set on owning a pet, go for it!

Here’s some pets with the most expensive prices in the world.

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