At 26 years old, he's now the world's oldest living cat and is still going strong!
Meet Corduroy, a 26 year old kitty who refuses to act his age.
Corduroy was adopted from a shelter in Oregon in 1989
Now he holds the Guinness World Record for the world`s oldest living cat
Corduroy is now 26 years old which would be 121 in cat years!
But he still acts like a youngster
“Corduroy certainly does not act his age – he still jumps onto counters and jumps down,” said Reed
“Every night, he glides up our flight of stairs and jumps onto our bed and sleeps with us before waking us up every morning around 5am”
“I strongly believe the key to his longevity is the fact we did not declaw him and allowed him to go outside”
“He was able to defend himself and exercise his body and mind by hunting”
“Corduroy still catches critters but is not as good as he once was, thankfully”
The cat has a mellow personality and loves cuddles and cat naps in the sun!
He enjoys the attention he gets from other people, and is patient with children
Corduroy was adopted when his owner Reed was only 7 years old
“It is an honour to have Corduroy in our life, I honestly don’t remember much of my life without him”
“He is a wonderful companion and I hope to give him a happy and healthy life for many more years”
Here's to many more years! Keep it up Corduroy!
Be sure to follow Corduroy on Instagram @oldestlivingcat!
via Bored Panda
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