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PHOTOS: PAWSITIVELY ROLLING IT! Taylor Swift’s cat Olivia Benson is the world’s third richest pet worth a staggering $97million but she’s beaten by Instagram cat star Nala and a German Shepherd called Gunther VI from Italy



Taylor Swift and Her CAT



Taylor Swift’s cat Olivia Benson is now the world’s third richest pet with an estimated net worth of $97million.

Olivia Benson, a Scottish Fold, racks up millions of likes on Instagram and the famous cat has found success by starring alongside Swift in several music videos and ads.

But Swift’s cat was knocked off the top spot by the Instagram cat star Nala, who is in second place, and a German Shephard called Gunther VI from Italy, who is the world’s richest pet, according to a report by All About Cats.

Nala, a Siamese and Tabby mix, has a net worth of $100 million and was adopted by the pair from an animal shelter when she was a kitten.

But Nala and Olivia Benson were knocked off the top spot for the world’s richest pet by the dog Gunther VI, who is worth $500million.


The German shepherd is owned by the Gunther Corporation who also manage the dog’s estate and fortune. The corporation has invested in real estate properties, making Gunther VI five times richer than the runner-up on the list.

Meanwhile, Swift’s cat Olivia Benson amassed her fortune by crafting a merchandise line, alongside appearing in many big-budget ads alongside Swift, including for Diet Coke in 2014.


The cat has also featured in Swift’s music videos, including for ‘Blank Space’ and ‘Me!’.

In 2020, Swift posted a picture of the cat sat up with her legs spread on the couch, which garnered more than two million likes on her Instagram page.

Gunther VI ITALY

According to All About Cats, Benson, Nala and Gunther VI, beat other pets such as the five dogs owned by Oprah Winfrey.

Taylor's Swift cat

In joint fourth place were Winfrey‘s dogs Sadie, Sunny, Lauren, Layla and Luke at $30 million; Pomeranian Jiffpom at $25 million; the late Karl Lagerfeld’s cat, Choupette, at $13 million; and the late actress Betty White’s dog, Pontiac, at $5 million.


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