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Deadmau5’s Cat Has a Lamborghini Power Wheels Battery Car

Karl Lagerfeld’s Birman cat Choupette is one of the most spoiled cats on the planet, but according to the head of design and creative director at Chanel it is also worth millions. In fact, the German designer claims the cat made $3.22 million last year from just two modeling gigs. Pets are being spoiled worldwide, of course, and the fact that Deadmau5 has his sitting in a Lamborghini Power Wheels car proves just that.
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As of March 2015, Choupette has more than 46,000 fans on the Twitter account invented in her honor. It has two beloved maids, Francoise and Marjorie, who tend to Choupette (a task that includes taking care of her hair and other beauty jobs). The two human servants also keep a diary of the cat’s activities and moods for the reference of Lagerfeld and an on-call vet.

Why are we telling you this? Because Opel decided to have the cat starring in one of their commercials they shot along with Lagerfeld. We’re also mentioning this because we want to prove that quite often cars and cats go together. It’s a thing of the 21st century, a time where we’re witnessing the fall of the almighty V8 and the rise of electric self-driving cars.

Having all these considered, it’s no wonder the trend tends to be adopted by celebrities like international acclaimed electronic music DJs. After all, Deadmau5 is not just a millionaire music producer, but also a great car collector.

Last time we checked, he had a Tesla Model S delivered to his home in Canada which made us assume he’s over the petrol-munchers. However, judging by the electric car he bought for his cat (who, by the way, also has an Instagram account of itself) it seems he is still considering buying a Lamborghini for himself too.

As to the Power Wheels in question, you should know we’re looking at a $300 worth 12V battery powered car named Kalee Lamborghini Murcielago LP670. Regularly, this would be a car rappers bought for their kids, but it seems it’s good enough to become a cat toy too.

 
 
 
 
 

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