Rich pussycat: Taylor Swift's cat Olivia is worth R1.8 billion

Rich pussycat: Taylor Swift's cat Olivia is worth R1.8 billion

-American singer Taylor Swift's cat Olivia Benson is termed as one of the world's wealthiest celebrity pets

- The feline video vixen makes its earnings through featuring in music videos and commercials

- Olivia, who is named after a popular TV character, has appeared on many of her owner's videos and earns way more than some Kardashian sisters

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How much do you love your pet and on a scale of one to 10 and how willing are you to give it a source of income?

As you try to answer those two questions, we would like to notify you that US singer Taylor Swift’s cat is worth a whopping R1.8 billion. You heard that right.

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Olivia Benson, the singer’s cat, which was named after a famous actress was featured on the musician’s song videos a couple of times and received is dues each time it was a vixen.

Taylor even set up an Instagram account for her feline bestie and news flash, it has a huge following already.

Just like its owner, the feisty animal has fans from across the world and has captured hearts with her tenacity and work ethic. Lol.

According to Showbiz Cheatsheet, Olivia is wealthier than reality TV sisters Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner.

Apart from working side by side with the Bad Blood singer, Olivia features on multiple commercials that also help her rake in millions.

For years, the musician’s pet made headlines on major news outlets thanks to her unique physique and face and the fact that she is wealthier than a lot of celebrities and civilians.

Even her slightest movements and stunts were documented on well articulated articles. Surely feels good to be rich!

In 2018, famous cat Grumpy the cat was termed as the richest celebrity cat with a net worth totaling to $99 million.

Alas! Taylor’s feline companion just missed the mark.

She got it from her mama. In 2019, it was reported Taylor made $185 million from touring and endorsement deals.

These two know how to put in the work.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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