“Cheers to a Feline’s 32nd Birthday: A Remarkable Journey Towards Becoming the Oldest Living Cat in the World”

Flossie, a 26-year-old feline, currently holds the esteemed title of the world’s oldest living cat. However, this could be soon surpassed by Rosie, who is 32 years old and well on her way to taking the top spot. Rosie’s owner, Lila Brissett, is understandably thrilled and proud of her furry companion’s longevity.


Do you recall hearing about Flossie? We shared some information about her recently. Last December, the 26-year-old feline achieved a place in the prestigious Guinness Book of Records as the world’s oldest cat. However, that news is no longer relevant as another cat named Rosie, who is 32 years old, is on track to become the oldest cat in the UK! Lila Brissett, Rosie’s owner, wanted to celebrate this remarkable milestone by treating her furry friend to a delightful salmon cake.

According to Lilah, she has already eaten half of the cake and expects that there will be nothing left by lunchtime. She revealed to the Norwich Evening News that she was the one who blew out the candles. Despite being 140 years old in human age, Lilah had always kept cats as she couldn’t have children. To her surprise, her tortoiseshell cat, Rosie, broke all the longevity records. Rosie had never left Lilah’s side since she was young. Lilah believes that giving her cats lots of love and care is what helped them live long lives. She admits that she is a total cat lover.

According to reports, Rosie was born on June 1, 1991 and has only been to the vet twice in her entire life. She appears to be in good health and is described as adorable by her owner. These days, Rosie mostly enjoys eating and sleeping. While her owner loves animals, she doesn’t plan on getting more in the future because she can’t walk very far. Currently, Rosie is six years younger than Creme Puff, the world’s oldest cat who lived to be 38 years old. Creme Puff was born in Texas, USA in 1967 and passed away in 2005. Rosie and Lila are waiting for official confirmation from the Guinness Book of World Records to make history and possibly break this incredible record.

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