There is no doubt that we all love cats and dogs running in our backyard. But while most of us are cuddling our cats while watching TV, playing with our dogs at the lawn or feeding our pet fish in the aquarium, some are snugging pythons, monkeys or lions inside their house.
If you think having exotic pets at home are way better than having a barking dog, then you better prepare your purse because we are about to give you the most exclusive pets that you can call your own at a premium cost.
Take a pick on these 10 most expensive pets along with their pricey tags.
10. The Bengal Cat – $3,000
A Bengal cat is a cross breed between a domestic short haired black cat and an Asian Leopard. These cats come with a high price because it takes up to five generations of breeding the two cats together to create the perfect Bengal cat.
9. Snow Macaque – $3,500
Snow Macaque is distinctly known for its hairless red face that can live up to 30 years old. They are endangered species that require a lot of attention.
8. Pastel Butter Stripe Ball Python – $7,500
This rare type of python can live up to 30 years and grows nearly five feet long.These species are characterized with yellow stripe and black markings.
7. Capuchin Monkeys – $10,000
Capuchin monkeys made quite an appearance in the international film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and it was also featured as a pet in the TV show Friends.
6. Camel – $10,000
$10,000 is just the cost of the camel itself, you still have to consider the license fees and other fees that come along with it, and the shipment costs.
5. Hyacinth Macaw – $11,000
Hyacinth Macaw is the largest type of flying parrot in the world that can live up to sixty years. It can develop certain vocabulary but it needs to be trained early.
4. Palm Cockatoo – $16,000
Palm cockatoo is an in demand pet because of its bizarre look. It is also a high-maintenance pet that requires strict diet of Brazil nuts, pine nuts, apples, oranges, sweet potatoes, broccoli and pomegranate.
3. Savannah Cat – $22,000
A Savannah Cat is a breed between a domestic cat and an African Serval who are known to be intelligent. The price of this cat is based on the amount of Serval in its blood.
2. Chimpanzee – $60,000-$65,000
These smart species are also one of the most costly pets you can have, aside that they are endangered. They can be aggressive as pets but they can also be loyal and fun.
1. White Lion Cub – $140,000
The white lion cub tops the list with a tag of more than $100,000. They are exceptional, rare and very hard to own as most of these creatures are found in zoos. If you have one of these species, you are ultimately on the higher crust of the society.
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