Following the death Paris on Tuesday legendary fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, news is emerging that his pet cat could inherit millions dollars. His fluffy, white Birman cat, Choupette, became a global, feline icon she became Lagerfeld's pet and companion. In an interview last year fashion magazine Vogue, Lagerfeld said he would leave part his estimated $150 million fortune to Choupette. She could be set to inherit millions dollars. The cat is not exactly short cash. Lagerfeld said Choupette was the "most famous" and "richest" cat the world. She made $3 million as a model one year for just two jobs - one for a German car company and the other for a Japanese cosmetics brand.
Karl Lagerfeld unashamedly admits that he "stole" Choupette her former owner. He explained: "Choupette belonged to a friend mine who asked if my maid could take care her for two weeks when he was away. When he came , he was told that Choupette would not return to him." Lagerfeld joked: "He got another cat who became fat." Lagerfeld spent years pampering his pet. He fed her a diet of king crab, smoked salmon and caviar. She enjoyed a luxurious lifestyle most us can only dream . She is looked after two maids. Lagerfeld never let Choupette advertise cat food. He said: "I don't allow her to do foodstuffs and things like that. She's far too sophisticated.