“The world’s oldest cat”
A nearly 27-year-old cat from England has been named the world’s oldest living cat by Guinness World Records.
Flossie, the record-breaking feline, was born on Dec. 29, 1995, and she received her verification at the age of 26 years 316 days.
Guinness claims Flossie’s age is equivalent to about “120 human years.”
Flossie’s world record application was submitted to Guinness in August by Cats Protection, a U.K.-based cat welfare charity, which had been looking after the cat.
Flossie is said to be in “good health” despite being “poorly sighted and deaf,” according to Guinness World Records.
living = มีชีวิตอยู่
feline = แมว (ทางการ)
verification = การตรวจสอบ
equivalent = เทียบเท่า
submit = เสนอ
welfare = สวัสดิการ
charity = การกุศล
poorly sight = สายตาไม่ดี
deaf = หูหนวก