Probably still the most expensive cat in the world is Hello Kitty Doll. It is valued at 15 million yen—about $167,000! To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Hello Kitty in 2009, Sanrio partnered with crystal maker Swarovski and Japanese jeweler I.K. to create the Super Hello Kitty Jewel Doll. No one has published that the record of $167.000 is broken.
Hello Kitty is a fictional character which portrays a white female cat wearing a red bow on one ear and with no drawn mouth. It was and still is produced by Sanrio, a Japanese company that made millions selling toys as such. Hello Kitty was designed by Ikuko Shimizu and introduced to the market in Japan in the year 1974. The first product was a vinyl coin purse.
Luxury 4-inch doll is made of solid platinum studded with thousands of precious gems, including 1,939 pieces of white topaz, 403 pink sapphires, a pair of black spinels for her eyes, a citrine for her nose and a 1.027-carat diamond on her signature bow.
Bearing in mind that the company every five years, celebrates the anniversary of Hello Kitty, we could expect in 2014 same sweet, but perhaps more expensive cat.