The oldest cat in the world lives in England

SOURCE: Cats Protection/Guinness World Records


This is her day of glory for the little cat Flossie. Indeed, this cat, almost 27 years old (26 years and 329 days more precisely) now holds the record of the most senior cat in the world, awarded by the Guinness World Records.If we take the calculation to establish his age as a cat, the feline is about 120 years old if we were to compare with a human being. Not bad. The animal received, on Thursday, November 24, the official recognition of the book of records, according to a press release and information relayed on their official website.

This cat is an avid traveller; Flossie has lived in different homes. During the first months of her life, in 1995, she lived as a stray kitten near the Merseyside Hospital in Liverpool, northwest England.

Initially fostered by a hospital worker, Flossie had a good time before her owner passed away. She was then taken in by the sister of the deceased, who finally died 14 years later. Finally, Flossie found a new owner for three years, before being entrusted to the association.

 

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The oldest cat in the world lives in England

SOURCE: Cats Protection/Guinness World Records
This is her day of glory for the little cat Flossie. Indeed, this cat, almost 27 years old (26 years and 329 days more precisely) now holds the record of the most senior cat in the world, awarded by the Guinness World Records.If we take the calculation to establish his age as a cat, the feline is about 120 years old if we were to compare with a human being. Not bad. The animal received, on Thursday, November 24, the official recognition of the book of records, according to a press release and information relayed on their official website. This cat is an avid traveller; Flossie has lived in different homes. During the first months of her life, in 1995, she lived as a stray kitten near the Merseyside Hospital in Liverpool, northwest England. Initially fostered by a hospital worker, Flossie had a good time before her owner passed away. She was then taken in by the sister of the deceased, who finally died 14 years later. Finally, Flossie found a new owner for three years, before being entrusted to the association.
 
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