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World’s Oldest Cat Is 31 And Still Has Many Lives Left

 

The best contender for being the world’s oldest cat, Nutmeg: just celebrated his 31st birthday, which corresponds to 141 years of a human being. The owners of this cat named it Nutmeg after it was found in its backyard around 26 years ago. He rules the house and is a beautiful cat.

The owners of this cat are Liz and Ian Finlay, who found it in 1990 in their backyard when Nutmeg became close with their cat: Spice.

They took the cat to Cats Protection to treat for abscess in the neck, where they learnt that it was 5 years old. Eventually, he has emerged to be the oldest living cat in the world. However, they are arranging for documents to support the claim.

Although Nutmeg suffered from a serious stroke last year, he is now stronger and rocking.

Nutmeg is a 31 year old cat, which corresponds to 141 years of human life.

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A favorite in the household, he looks gorgeous.

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Finlays adopted this cat in 1990 as the stray cat wandered into their backyard.

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They learn that the cat is 5 years old when they first got him.

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They are now arranging for official documents to contest for the Guinness Book of World Record.

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Although he is old enough, the Finlays love him a lot.

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After going through a serious stroke last year, Nutmeg has managed to recover quickly.

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We just wonder if this was his one life, what nine lives would mean!

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