Anorak News | Mariah Carey Spends £28k On Looking After Her Pets

Mariah Carey Spends £28k On Looking After Her Pets

by | 28th, April 2014



PEOPLE get terribly upset when famous people spend obscene amounts of money on frivolous things. They tut about how much good could be done with all that dough. However, those people are stupid and wrong. Us humans need outrageous and wealthy people.

Imagine a world without Liberace? Imagine who tedious things would be without the tales of Elton John’s private jets?

And so, to the ice queen Mariah Carey, who is rich and absolutely, certifiably and gloriously mad. When she’s not singing all the notes, she’s spending £28,000-a year on pampering her dogs. Her pooches get first class travel and full body massages while the rest of us are eating cheese-and-onion crisps as part of a meal deal.

It barely touches the sides though as, apparently, MiMi is worth somewhere in the region of £290 million.

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: “Mariah pays for all the spa therapies herself and doesn’t expect any special treatment. Only her dogs get that.”


“While prices start at £40 for a simple trim, other treatments are extra and Mariah’s dogs really seem to enjoy their wraps and full body massages.”

“She pays for her doggies to travel with her first class on a whim. And when they can’t she will check them into doggy day care at salons Chateau Marmutt, Barkingham Palace or Pour La Pooch. She also employs a designated chauffeur to ferry them to and from at around £400 a time.”

Did you get all that? Did you read all those gloriously daft words? Barkingham Palace? Brilliant.

Mariah’s favourite treatment for her dogs is something called the ‘blueberry facial’, which helps to reduce fur stains and exfoliates your hound.

Carey – who has twin humans to pamper as well – is apparently “obsessed” with the way her dogs smell following their treatments and is delighted they help reduce wrinkles.

God bless Mariah. Seriously. The world would be a grey place without her.

Posted: 28th, April 2014 | In: Music Comment | TrackBack | Permalink