Flossie the cat has been recognized as the “World’s Oldest Cat”. Guinness World Record – the book documents All over the world. Currently living in London, UK, the animal has reached the 27-year mark, equivalent to a 120-year lifespan compared to human age.
Flossie’s owner, Vicky Green, described the cat as an “amazing cat”. According to the British, the idea that the animal will enter Guinness It never crossed your mind. “I knew from the beginning that she was special, but I didn’t think I would be sharing my house with a world record holder”, he joked.
Despite living with Vicki today, the new record holder has already lived in three different homes. In 1995, a hospital worker in the British county of Merseyside adopted Flossie within a few months. Then the cat was taken in by the previous owner’s sister, who died 14 years later.
Already 24 years old, the cat was adopted by the son of the original owner, who took care of the animal for three years. However, the man had to get her there Protection of catsAn organization that takes care of cats that have been abandoned because they lacked the necessary conditions to give Flossie a decent life.
But it didn’t last long. Within days, the cat was adopted once again, this time by Vicki Green. “If I’m in a good position with someone at her age and doing what’s best for me when I need it most, I’ll be a very happy woman.” Guinness.
According to Vicky, the orange and black cats are still in excellent health for their age. Despite some vision problems and deafness, cats adapt quickly to new environments.
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