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This Cat Earns $3 Million a Year! And She has More Twitter Followers Than You

Surpassing the paychecks of some of the world’s top models, including Cara Delevingne, one cat is believed to be the richest in the world.


Surpassing the paychecks of some of the world’s top models, including Cara Delevingne, one cat is believed to be the richest in the world. Last year, she earned more than $3 million! And would you believe she has over 100,000 followers on Twitter?

So, who’s this lucky feline and why is she earning such a huge amount of money?

Well, Choupette is no ordinary cat because she’s the “baby” of designer Karl Lagerfeld. A Birman cat, Choupette has a first-class pedigree which dictated her paycheck. Despite posing for Lagerfeld’s brands, she’s really not paid for those as they were her “own”, anyway.

Living a life of luxury


Spot the brands…

Her jobs actually entail modeling for two high-end brands: German car brand Opel and Japanese cosmetics company Shu Uemura. According to Lagerfeld, Choupette would never pose for cheap brands. And judging from her $3-M paycheck in 2014, she wouldn’t need to!

Opel Corsa calendar shoot in Paris

Opel Corsa calendar shoot in Paris
Living the privileged life of the rich and famous, Choupette dines on the table with meals created by her personal chef, served on silver dishes especially made for her by French luxury goods company Goyard.

Choupette only travels in $2450 Louis Vuitton pet carrier

During frequent trips to Paris, New York, Monte Carlo, and other parts of the world, personal maids attend to her needs and lug around her custom-made Louis Vuitton trunks.

Choupette loves playing games on her personal iPad

She also has her own iPad for playing games and enjoys every bit of the luxury Lagerfeld can give.

Choupette with “Daddy”

And we forgot to mention she’s graced the cover of Vogue…twice!

Source: Daily Mail UK


He Steps Out of His Bike and Leaves The Engine Running. Moments After, His Daughter Did This!

Watch carefully the reaction of the dog.

Accidents will always be inevitable unless negligence is avoided even in just split seconds. With the rising number of accidents and life-threatening incidents ever recorded in the human history, it is an unfortunate fact that majority of them are fruits of the thing called carelessness. Unfortunately, one of the weakest preys of accidents is the young generation either misguided or neglected by their elders.

As children mimic almost everything they see around them, it is only vital that parental guidance is provided 24/7. However, being naturally curious, children always seem to have that energy to explore many “what ifs” and think of it as their own mighty adventures. What you are about to view is another miraculous incident yet another reminder that the things that matter to us the most should always be well-guarded no matter what the consequences might be.

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She Thought She Was Pregnant, But What the Doctors Found Instead was Heartbreaking!

She thought she was having a baby, but doctors found something else inside her belly!

42-year old Madalina Neagu thought she was pregnant. Her abdomen became swollen, which should be normal for a woman on her way to unloading a bundle of joy. But one day, she experienced intense pain in her stomach and had to be rushed to the hospital.

The doctors at Botosani County Hospital in Romania carried out emergency tests and were stunned to discover that her “baby bump” was actually a huge tumor, weighing an astounding 11 lbs.

Her "baby" turned out to be something else.


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When They Heard The Siren, Everyone Immediately Stopped What They Were Doing!

Everyone in Israel just stopped whatever they were doing when they heard the chilling sound of the siren.

It would be an understatement to say that the holocaust, which happened during the WWII was a tragic event. Approximately six million innocent Jewish men, women, and children were ordered to be executed (mostly in gas chambers) by the German Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler.

The Jews were separated from their families, stripped off of their possessions, and were forced to live inhumanely in concentration camps where starvation, sickness, and death befell them.

Now, only the memories of that war depicted by movies such as the Schindler's List, The Boy in Stripped Pajamas, or books like Anne Frank, remind the people across the globe of that horrendous event.

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