Socialite Richard Muljadi just gave his dog a car as a birthday gift

Photo: Instagram / @richardmuljadi

Is there such a thing as loving your dog too much? Businessman and socialite Richard Muljadi, grandson of pharmaceuticals magnate Kartini Muljadi (currently #35 on Forbes’ list of the richest Indonesians), would probably say no.

His dog, Miss Coco, recently enjoyed a lavish birthday party thrown by Richard and his wife. 


The good men who came to @misscocodafrench party @reinobarack @adrimartowardojo @shawnmuljadi #CocoTurnsOne

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Out of the all the gifts that Miss Coco received that day, we’re guessing the grandest was the brand-new car that Richard bought for her – in the hopes that she won’t be so grumpy when the nanny takes her to the salon in the future.

To some, a car may seem like an extravagant gift for a dog. But Miss Coco is a canine of uniquely refined tastes, as you can see from these photos from her own Instagram account.

Of course, Miss Coco probably got her sophisticated tastes from her daddy Richard, who also enjoys the finer things in life. 


His & Hers with @pcny #Dom1985 #Mac18

A photo posted by Richard Muljadi (@richardmuljadi) on


That one watch that does all the talking for you and probably going to get you laid. #dope

A photo posted by Richard Muljadi (@richardmuljadi) on

Now before anybody rushes to judgement, we just want to say that we believe that rich people are completely entitled to spend the money they have earned (through their own hard work) any way they wish, whether it be building homes for the poor, supporting an educational foundation that provides scholarships to underprivileged children, or buying jewelry and cars for their dogs. That’s their right and we completely respect it.

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