Meet Corduroy, the World’s Oldest Cat
No #FuzzyFriday would be complete without some adorable kitty coverage, and who better to feature than Corduroy, the current Guinness World Record Holder for Oldest Living Cat.
Corduroy, who lives in Oregon, is currently 26 years and 13 days old. He has reclaimed the title after 27-year-old Tiffany Two in San Diego passed away.
His owners say the secret to his long life is “allowing him to be a cat,” letting him hunt and giving him plenty of love. His favorite food is mice, but he only gets them on special occasions due to medical reasons. He’s also fond of sharp cheddar cheese.
Guinness World Records has quite a lot of cat categories, including Largest Living Cat (it’s a liger named Hercules), Longest Jump by a Cat, Longest Whisker on a Cat, Longest Fur on a Cat, Shortest Living Domestic Cat and Tallest Domestic Cat.
The late Crème Puff from Austin still holds the title of Oldest Cat Ever, making it to age 38 years, 3 days before passing away.