Introducing Rubble, the celebrated feline known as the “world’s oldest cat!” This charming British cat has reached the age of 30, and is currently residing in Exeter, England with her devoted owner Michele Foster. Michele received Rubble as a tiny kitten back in May 1988, as a unique birthday gift for herself when she turned 20.
Michele is lucky enough to have a wonderful and furry friend in her life, her beloved cat. She describes her four-legged companion as not only being loving but also fiercely devoted. Michele believes that the care and affection she showers on her cat are the main reasons for his longevity and excellent health. She treats her feline friend like a child with love and attention, and it has undoubtedly paid off.
In general, the cat is in good condition except for his high blood pressure. Dr. Shawn Moore, who works at City Vets, is in charge of maintaining the cat’s health and stability. According to Dr. Moore, Rubble is thought to be the oldest cat in the UK and is still thriving. Despite requiring hypertension medication, he remains in excellent shape.
When asked about nominating Rubble for a Guinness World Record, Michele gave a thoughtful response. Despite acknowledging that Rubble still has many years ahead of him, she expressed concern about the potential disruption and attention that often come with such recognition. Being an elderly cat, Michele believes that Rubble would prefer to live out his remaining days in peace, without being overwhelmed by visitors. As a result, Michele and her family have opted not to pursue this path and instead allow Rubble to enjoy his golden years in serenity.
Cream Puff, the cherished feline who held the Guinness Record for being the oldest cat in the world, has sadly passed away at the ripe old age of 38 years and 3 days. While Rubble currently holds the prestigious title of the oldest living cat, it’s impossible to determine how much longer he’ll be with us on this earth. Nonetheless, his owner is dedicated to cherishing every moment they have together to the fullest extent possible.
It’s impressive that the feline was able to endure, particularly as house cats typically live for just around 15 to 20 years, while cats that spend time outside have an average lifespan of 2 to 9 years.
We would like to extend our warmest greetings to Rubble as he commemorates his 30th birthday. Our sincerest hope is for him to maintain his excellent physical condition and happiness for the years ahead.
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