Britney Spears spends a boatload on her pups, and she’s not the only one.
Britney Spears’ conservatorship’s financial documents for 2016 surfaced recently, revealing that the star spent $29,852 on her dogs this past year, according to TMZ.
Spending close to 30 grand on your dogs may seem excessive to the average dog owner. But, when it comes to celebrities, Spears’ pet spending isn’t the highest on the spectrum.
Celebrities have gone above and beyond for their pets, providing them with their own personal masseuses, and leaving $30 million to them in their wills.
Here are all of the celebrities who love to spend big on their pets:
Before his passing in 2011, Aniston’s dog Norman was treated to his own supply of organic diet food and a personal masseuse, according to Us Weekly.
While the cost of Norman’s masseuse and gourmet dog food are unknown, it’s safe to say no expense was spared when it came to this pup.
Lady Gaga reportedly spent $60,000 on 27 Koi fish imported from Japan, according to HuffPost.
According to Page Six, Carey spent $45,000 a year on spa treatments for her two Jack Russells — Cha Cha and Jill E. Beans — back in 2016.
Carey has even flown her pups first class to LA, costing the singer over $2,000 per dog.
Spears spent $29,852 on her dogs this past year, according to the recent review of her conservatorship’s financial documents by TMZ.
It’s unclear how Spears spent the money on her dogs, but we’re dying to know.
Hilton spent $325,000 on a mansion for her estimated 30 dogs (30 dogs!), according to US Weekly.
The 300-square-foot, two floor, Italian-style mini mansion is a near replica of Hilton’s actual home — and it’s full of designer furniture, according to Architectural Digest.
And according to one of Hilton’s tweets the “doggy mansion” also contains a chandelier, heating, and air conditioning.
Karl Lagerfeld’s cat Choupette seems to be the most pampered and wealthy celebrity pet. Choupette has two maids that tend to her, but she also makes her own money as a model, and earned three million euros back in 2015 for her modeling gigs, according to Lagerfeld.
Lagerfeld waxed poetic about his feline companion and her fabulous life in a profile for The Cut in 2015:
“Choupette belonged to a friend of mine who asked if my maid could take care of her for two weeks when he was away. When he came back, he was told that Choupette would not return to him. He got another cat who became fat, and Choupette became the most famous cat in the world, and the richest. She did two jobs and made 3 million euros last year. One was for cars in Germany and the other was for a Japanese beauty product. I don’t allow her to do foodstuffs and things like this. She’s too sophisticated for that. She had something unique. She is like a human being, but the good thing is that she’s silent. You don’t have to discuss it. She hates other animals and she hates children. She stays always with me and she has two personal maids. They play with her, they have to take care of her beautiful white hair, the beauty treatments for her eyes, and they entertain her. She is the center of the world. If you saw her, you would understand. She is kind of Greta Garbo. There is something unforgettable about her, the way she moves, the way she plays. She’s an inspiration for elegance. For attitude.”
It’s unclear how much is spent on Choupette, or how much she herself has earned now, but it’s safe to say she’s one spoiled cat.
Oprah does not mess around when it comes to making sure her beloved dogs are provided for.
The media mogul is reportedly leaving a massive $30 million in trust for her four dogs, just in case anything ever happens to her, according to HuffPost.