A British pet food company has made cat food that'll set you back a whopping $32,000 for a two-year supply - enough to get you a deposit on a house in Invercargill.
Green Pantry's British Banquet, which costs a scarcely believable $435 for a 2kg bag, has been made almost exclusively for "insanely rich pet owners", according to managing director Simon Booth.
The bags take approximately 10 days to get through based on normal serving sizes, The Mirror reports.
British Banquet comes in 2kg bags (Green Pantry)
The cat food is packed with a swathe of extravagant ingredients, including Arenkha caviar, hand-caught Norfolk lobster, locally sourced Devon crab, line-caught Scottish salmon, organic asparagus, quinoa and saffron.
And despite the eye-watering price of a single bag, British Banquet appears to be incredibly popular among pet owners - it's completely sold out on Green Pantry's website.
The company specialises in gourmet "holistic health" foods for pets, but British Banquet is significantly pricier than any of Green Pantry's other products - and is more than 20 times more expensive per kilogram than its turkey-based cat food.
Mr Booth says the expense comes down to "the remarkably high cost of the ingredients".