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Oldest living cat is a 26-year-old British cat

Oldest living cat is a 26-year-old British cat

Oldest living cat is a 26-year-old British cat

Oldest living cat is a 26-year-old British cat

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The world’s oldest living cat, according to Guinness World Records, is a 26-year-old British feline.

Guinness World Records (GWR) has crowned Flossie, a 26-year-old British feline, the world’s oldest living cat. The cat was born in 1995 and has a lifespan of 120 human years. Despite being in good health, the cat is blind and deaf.

According to a Guinness World Records blog, the lovely brown and black cat, who has lived in a variety of houses during her life, enjoys cuddles and food. Vicki, her current pet mom, describes her as “playful and interested.” Flossie can also be found ‘sleeping by her owner’ under her favourite yellow blanket or eating her favourite food.

According to the organisation, Flossie was a stray cat living in a cat colony before staff at the Merseyside hospital adopted her in December 1995. They shared a home for ten years until her human died. She was eventually adopted by her former human’s sister and lived with her for 14 years until she died as well. Vicki Green, who has experience caring for geriatric cats, eventually adopted her.

Guinness World Records also shared the news about the world’s oldest living cat on Twitter. “Flossie, the oldest living cat, has set a new record of 26 years and 329 days. She is 120 years old in human terms!” read the caption that accompanied the cat photo on Twitter. “PS: This picture is the cutest thing we’ve ever seen,” the organisation commented in response to their own tweet.

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The tweet was sent a few hours ago and has since received over 250 likes. It was also retweeted countless times and received several comments.

Take a look at the Twitter post by Guinness World Records

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“Wonder if Creame Puff will be able to hold their all time #1 record?” read a comment on the post. To this, Guinness World Records replied and wrote, “We’ll find out in, what, 10 years?!” “I hope mine lived that long sheeesh!” posted yet another

The Guinness World Records (GWR) previously recognised Gino Wolf, a 22-year-old hound, as the world’s oldest living dog. Alex Wolf adopted the dog in 2002 after it was born in September 2000. The dog is in fantastic health and enjoys salmon treats and fireside naps.

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