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World’s oldest living cat named Rubble just turned 32 and looks like a grumpy grandpa.

World’s oldest living cat named Rubble just turned 32 and looks like a grumpy grandpa.

Rubble is the world’s oldest living cat who just turned 32. However, he is as young hearted as ever.

Even though our cats treat us like their slaves and are the most dramatic, moody, downright mean beings in our lives, but let's get one thing straight— we love them more than life itself.

This time last year, Rubble was making headlines since he turned 31 years old. Who knew he would make headlines once again as the oldest cat alive?

 

 

The handsome Maine Coon celebrated his big 30th birthday two years back and was dubbed as the world’s oldest living cat.

 

 

However, he has not yet broken Crème Puff’s record, who passed away in 2015 at the age of 38.

 

 

Rubble lives with his owner Michelle Foster, of Exeter, Devon, England. Foster acquired Rubble as a kitten for her 20th birthday.

 

 

Here’s a throwback to baby Rubble.

 

 

At the age of 32, Rubble equals to around 155 in human years. The average cat lifespan for indoor cats is 12-18 years, so anything over that is nothing less than impressive.

 

 

Although Rubble is a pretty healthy feline overall, he has to take regular medication for his blood pressure. Issues like these are usually age related.

 

 

According to his owner,

“He’s a lovely cat, although he has got a little grumpy in his old age.”


Happy 32nd birthday, Rubble. Hope you have a long life and remain being the good boy you are.

Also check out Augie, world's oldest golden retriver

Article and Image Source: Diply

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