A List of The World’s Most Expensive Pets

A List of The World's Most Expensive Pets 1

Pets- they are considered our best friends, family or sometimes even more than that. But these days, we need to have a look at our pockets first before selecting what kind of pet or what breed do we want.


The Top 10 Most Expensive Pets

Here is the list of the 10 expensive pets for which you would like to take medical insurance even before buying them. 

10-The Bengal Cat- $3,000

It’s a hybrid of domestic cats and Asian leopard. They were being developed in late 70’s and 80’s by Jean Sugden Mill. They purely notify the beauty of wild cats.


These cats are very well known for being extremely active.

9-Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies – $4,000

It’s a family friendly breed among dogs which is gentle towards children. Due to the Hairless variety of these dogs, they are tended very carefully.


Their skin is like human skin which can get dry and acne.

8-Rhesus Macaque—$4,000

Rhesus Macaque monkeys are the best-known monkeys and belong to the Old World Monkeys category. It’s the most common species among Monkeys as pets. This species is self-sustaining and is spread across wide global ranges.


They can live up to 25 years, and they are mostly known for their usage in Space programs and medical research.

7-English Bulldog- $5,000

Bulldogs are among the gentlest of the dogs although their appearance looks daunting. This breed is very persistent and does not give up easily.


They are given the name “Bull” because in ancient days they were used in bull fights and the dogs had a temperament that could defeat Bulls!

6-Capuchin monkeys—$10,000

This species of monkeys came into the hype as most wanted pets after its featuring in the 1990s hit sitcom- Friends– where Ross has his pet named Marcel. They can live up to 55 years in captivity although their normal life expectancy is just 25 years.


They are clever and easy to train, and they can even understand their reflection if shown a mirror unlike most of the other animals.

5-Dromedary Camel—$10,000

These Arabian camels with just one hump display tremendous ability to travel up to 100 desert miles(161 kilometres) without water. They can carry loads upto 25 miles a day.


A very thirsty Dromedary camel can drink 135 litres of water in only 13 minutes and are bred for 3500 years as a pack animal in the deserts!

4-Hyacinth Macaw – $12,000

The longest parrot in the world with enriched blue feathers and a black beak. They are also known as gentle giants because of their gentle behavior. They are one of the endangered species, and that is why their prices are too high.

Hyacinth Macaws (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) at the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

If you are looking for an inquisitive and affectionate companion, you can have this beautiful bird as a companion who has a lifespan of up to 60+ years.

3-Palm Cockatoo—$15,999

Also known as the black parrot or Goliath cockatoo is the largest species of Cockatoo. Their price is generally so high because of their unique size, structure and their restricted diet.


They havea very slow breeding cycle but most species live up to 50+ years.

2-Savannah Cat—$22,000

A hybrid of several domestic cat breeds. This breed was first being developed on April 7, 1986, and was the name given to that kitten was Savannah and from then onwards this new breed is being known as Savannah.

This breed of cat is very adventurous, active and a very friendly cat.

So if you are looking for a companion with whom you can interact and have lots of adventure Savannah is the best choice for you.

1-White Lion Cub—$138,000

Very rare due to their white coat and the reason being some genetic disorder called leucism.Some people, especially Africans believe white lions as messengers of God. Being very rare, their prices are very high .


Looking to take medical insurance? You should take a look at your options carefully. You don’t want to risk it, after all.

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