There are two kinds of people, one who loves cats and others who don’t. Corduroy, the world’s oldest cat, is a notorious pensioner cat. He is 26 years old or 121 cat years old but he simply refuses to act his age. He also holds the Guinness World Records title for being the oldest cat in the world. He still jumps over counters and relishes the outdoor times. He was adopted from a shelter in Oregon when his owner, Reed Okura was barely 7 years old. Corduroy is in amazing health despite being on a low protein diet. See the amazing pictures of the cat and visit this link for more info.
Corduroy was adopted in 1989 from an Oregon shelter.
He has the oldest living cats’ title by Guinness World Record.
He is 26 years old or 121 cat years old.
But he never stops to act like a young cat.
Reed says he still jumps on counters and doesn’t act his age at all.
Each night he goes upstairs and jumps on Reed’s bed and sleeps with them before waking them up at 5 am every morning.
Reed believes that the key to Corduroy’s long life is the he wasn’t declawed and was allowed his outdoor time.
He could easily defend himself and would exercise his mind and body by hunting.
He still catches critter but thankfully isn’t good at it like he was earlier.
He has a mellow personality and simply loves cat naps and cuddles in the sunlight.
He loves the attention that he gets and is really patient with kids.
Corduroy has been in Reed’s life since she was 7 years old.
Reed feels honoured that she has Corduroy and she doesn’t even remember her life without him.
Corduroy is wonderful company and Reed hopes to give him a healthy and happy for many more years to come.
The oldest cat was Crème Puff who lived till the age of 38 years which means Corduroy has more time.
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