Thursday, May 5, 2011

Can Lucy, 39, really be the oldest cat in the world? UK News



By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 12:03 PM on 5th January 2011

A family has discovered their cat is the oldest in the world after reaching its 39th birthday.
Pet Lucy was born way back in 1972 when Ted Heath was Prime Minister and petrol was 33p a gallon.

Cat experts say she has clocked up the equivalent of 172 human years - and cats live to be about 15 on average which means Lucy has more than doubled her life expectancy.

Lucy is still fit as a fiddle - and catches mice in the garden. Owner Bill Thomas, 63, inherited Lucy when his wife's Godmother Maria Lewis died in 1999.........

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3 comments:

Mariodacat said...

OMC - She really is an old girl - but still looks good. That is amazing.

d'Artagnan Rumblepurr said...

Rumblemum wants me and Minimew to break that record. Break it by LOTS.

Art and Sew Forth said...

Wow! Pretty amazing! And in such great shape. I wonder what they have fed her all these years!