Rubble, the world's oldest living cat, turns 32
Our cats may be the most emotional, moody, frankly pointless creatures in our lives, but to say the truth, we love them more than life's own. If it weren’t for an unforeseen calamity like death, they would certainly be our life partner. Unfortunately, the life expectancy of pets is comparatively short compared to humans, and separation from their companion will often cause an intense pain.
Older cats are the legend Among pets.
My red-haired orange cat lived to be twenty-one years old. Twenty one. The average lifetime of indoor cats is 12-18 years, so Nothing is more amazing than the cats who can get beyond this age.
Meet Rubble, the oldest living cat in the world.
Rubble was born in May 1988, which means that he is celebrating his 32nd birthday! Lives with his owner Michelle Foster in Exeter, England, Devon. It was originally Michelle's 20th birthday gift.
The oldest living cat was Creme Puff, who died at 38 years of age and still holds the title of the oldest cat.
Rubble is a pretty healthy lad.
He appears to be taking medicine for high blood pressure, but when he's over 140 (a cat year), things won't go smoothly.
"A pleasant cat, altough a little grumpy in his old age."
Michelle is incredibly proud of the accomplishments of her son, who can no longer be called a child, over the years.
Happy birthday to you, Rubble