Surprisingly most expensive pets in the world

Pets are amazing. They can be close pals to humans and form really loyal friends, although some of them can be very expensive. Here are some of the most expensive pets ever. These ones will definitely cost you a fortune.

De Bazza's monkey that is one of the expensive pet in the world

Humans from the existence of time crave for companions, and God himself had foreseen this when he created Adam and gave him Eve.

However, the heart of a man has become extremely wicked in such a way that getting a loyal friend who can serve as your companion tends to be one of the most difficult things to find in the world.

Real friends are hard to come by these days, and the desire of a man for a companion becomes insatiable.

As a means to fill this vacuum and yearning in the heart of humans, many have resorted to making animals their close pals for the purpose of companionship.

Surprisedly, animals hardly disappoint as humans as they turn out to be the most loyal friends humans will ever get. They are amazing and beautiful creatures, especially those we regard as pets.

The animals regarded as pets can be very expensive, especially the good breeds, beautiful and adorable ones.

Pets are well cherished. Not only are they well looked after by their masters but are also pampered with a lavish lifestyle. Although, there should be no limitation to loving a pet and spending on them.

You'd be surprised at how expensive these animals are. Here are some of the most expensive pets in the world that will definitely cost you a fortune.

Green Monkey

The name here doesn't really reflect the look of the pet as it is either monkey or green in colour.

Green Monkey is a well-bred American racehorse, which was sold for a whopping $16,000,000 in an auction in 2009. Reportedly, he ran an eighth of a mile in just under 9.8 seconds during his first race.

He, however, suffered an injury and hasn’t replicated that speed ever since February 12, 2008.

The green monkey was auctioned for $16,000,000 in 2006.

Holstein Cow

Holstein breed of cows are show cows. Miss Missy is one of the cows of this breed.

It is a show cow and has won many titles to its name. It produces 50% more milk than an average cow.

The breed of this cow shoots up if its calves are equally valuable. Miss Missy is a cow who was sold at an auction for a whopping $1.2 million.

These cows are beautiful but come at a very high price.

White Lion cubs

As ferocious as lions seem, their cubs can be taken in as pets. The White Lion Cubs were first spotted in 1938 in the area of Timbavati region of South Africa. They are known to be one of the rarest species and worth up to $140,000.

These extremely rare lions get their colour because of a recessive gene. The white lion cubs are usually found at the zoo in a controlled environment.

Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan mastiffs are the world’s largest dogs and are eerily similar to lion. They originally acted as guard dogs, can be trained to protect livestock, palaces, and monasteries and are sold for $1.5 million.

Tibetan Mastiffs are one of the largest dogs in the world and are eerily similar to a lion.

They were originally found in Tibet and were used as guard dogs, trained to protect livestock, palaces and monasteries back in the day.

Tibetan mastiff is known as ‘Nomad Dog.’ These dogs are now also acting as show dogs. True blooded Tibetan Mastiffs are rare and can fetch an extremely high price. The last rare Tibetan Mastiff was sold in 2011 for a whopping $1.5 million.

For one to adopt this dog, you need to be very sure you will be able to take care of this dog. They need a lot of attention and can only survive in very low temperatures.

Sir Lancelot

Sir Lancelot is the first clone dog, who was made in memory of an original dog named Lancelot.

The couple suffered the unexpected loss of Sir Lancelot when he was 11, as a result of unexpected cancer. The labrador's death left them so desolate that they decided to bring him back, so to speak.

The couple hired Bioarts International, a South Korean laboratory, to sell them a clone of Sir Lancelot. For this exact genetic replication, they disbursed 155,000 dollars.

De Brazza's Monkey

De Brazza's monkey is the oldest of its kind, De Brazza’s Monkey is named after an Italian explorer by the name of Pietro Savorgnan di Brazza.

These African breeds are notable for their long white beard and orange crown fur and cost up to $10,000.