World’s Oldest Cat Dies at 27

The San Diego feline who held the Guinness World Record for the oldest living cat passed away in her sleep at the age of 27 years, 2 months and 20 days. Tiffany Two’s owner, Sharon Voorhees, bought the tortoiseshell cat from a local pet shop for $10 when she was six weeks old and Voerhees often referred to her as the “best money ever spent.” In February, Voorhees said Tiffany Two still had good eyesight and hearing, despite her age. “She’s not afraid of anything or anyone … she’s very feisty!” Voorhees said. The oldest cat ever record is still held by Crème Puff, a cat from Texas who lived to be 38 years old. — Read it from Guinness World Records


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