February 27, 2024

Meet Flossie, the world’s oldest living cat at 27 years old

Recently, Flossie, a cat who is nearly 27 years old, was crowned the world’s oldest living cat, according to Guinness World Records. His current age is equal to 120 human years. The official global recognition came last Thursday, the 24th, for his record age of 26 years and 392 days, according to the press release. The cat is in excellent health, despite being deaf and visually impaired.

πŸ‡§πŸ‡·I knew Where a beginning What was my money One cat special but no to imagine what You will participate My home with the world record holdersaid the cat’s owner, Vicky Green. Flossie was adopted after being handed over as an elderly person to the Cat Protection charity in August this year at United kingdomπŸ‡§πŸ‡· Get to know more about this record.

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Understand a little more about Flossie’s track record

πŸ‡§πŸ‡·She is Loving And the cheerfulEspecially sweet when you remember how many her age isπŸ‡§πŸ‡· I’m so proud in That matches me with protecting cats a cat wonderfulπŸ‡§πŸ‡· said the cat teacher.

Photo: Guinness World Records

For the first few months of her life, in 1995, Flossie lived in the northwest of England, like a stray cat, near a hospital in Liverpool. Before Green, the cat had another owner, who worked in this hospital, and Flossie lived with him for 10 years, until she died.

After the death of the first regent, Flossie was taken care of by his sister for 14 years, until she too died. Her third owner was her son, and the cat lived with him for another three years before ending up in a cat shelter.

πŸ‡§πŸ‡·we stay Surprised When saw what You are records Flossy vets show up She was 27 years oldFoundation chapter coordinator Naomi Rosling said in a statement.

More information on adopting Flossie

A large portion of people who adopt cats prefer to adopt younger animals, which is why senior cats end up spending their later years in shelters or institutions, according to the statement.

“I’ve always wanted to give to older cats comfortable lifesays Green, who wants to encourage people to adopt older animals.

Curiosity about the oldest cat in the world

The world’s oldest cat died at the age of 38. His name was Cream Puff, and he died on August 6, 2005.