Happy National Pet Day: Here’s a look at the six richest pets of all time

From Boo the Pomeranian to Grumpy Cat, these six pets had more money than most people see in a lifetime

They bring us joy, console us when we’re feeling down, and are considered a member of the family as much as any human.

Pets play a big role in many of our lives – so it’s no surprise some get insanely spoiled. And when it comes to furry friends owned by celebrities, they often have more money than most people do.

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In honour of National Pet Day on Thursday, here is a look at six of the richest pets of all time:

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