The World’s Oldest Cat
In comparison, cats are much older than humans. Reported by International Cat Care, a cat’s age of 6 months is equal to 10 human years. Adult age in cats, which ranges from 3-6 years, means the same as 28-40 years of human age.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners argues that a cat’s first year of growth is equal to 15 human years. The second year, equal to 9 years, only after that can be equated with humans. That is, three cat years equal more than 24 human years.
Although the average age is only 15 years, these cats are proof that this one human pet can accompany you into old age. The following records the oldest cat in the world, as reported by A-Z Animals.
Rubble – 31 years old
Rubble is a Maine Coon cat that lives in Exeter, Devon, England. His pawrent, Michelle Foster, took good … Read moreContinue reading