Creme Puff was the world's oldest cat until she died on August 6, 2005. Since then, no other cat has surpassed her as the oldest.
This kitten was raised by Jake Perry, who helped to bring her into his home as a house cat when she was born in 1967, where she lived out her days.
Creme Puff, the oldest cat ever recorded, lived for 38 years. She was born in 1967 and passed away three days after her birthday in 2005.
Since her passing nearly twenty years ago, no other cat has come close to matching her Guinness World Record. Except for one additional...
Funny enough, Jake Perry also raised Granpa the cat, who lived to be 34 years old. Sounds crazy, doesn't it?
She may be the oldest living cat, but that's only because the Guinness Book of World Records says so. As such, we can't say for sure that an older cat has never existed.
The Guinness Book of World Records currently lists Pika and Zippo, two London cats, as the oldest living siblings. Both twins are alive and 21 years old.
According to Guinness World Records, a cat named Corduroy from the United States is the oldest cat in the world at the present time. Nonetheless, this is being debated.
Besides that, not much is known about it, although the world's oldest living cat, a 32-year-old female, passed away in 2020. He went by the name of Rubble.