10. Boo-Boo was a 24 years old cat before died. She was a well known cat around her New Zealand community, and was always helpful in tracking down rats for her owners, the Clarke family.
9. At the age of 30, Scooter was named as the world’s oldest living cat in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2016. Owned by Gail Floyd (Mansfield, Texas) "Scooter" lived just a few days longer before she passed away from her old age.
8. If Missan be still alive today, she is well into her 30s and likely also the world’s oldest cat. Missan was born in the year 1985, but until Wickberg can submit official paperwork stating Missan’s true age, the Guinness Book of World Record is still up for debate.
7. Sasha lived a rich life of 32 years in Northern Ireland. She was first discovered in the year 1991.
6. Rubble was a cat of Maine Coon breed. Rubble lived around 31 years with his human family in Exeter (Devon, U.K).
5. Sarah lived the age of approximately 33 years, and spent her last 13 years with owner Fluer Ford in New Zealand. According to Ford, he got Sarah when the cats previous owners, Ford’s neighbours, moved away.
4. Miez Maz was one of the mysterious cats on our list. According to a Metro Station, Miez Maz lived in a Swiss train station. It was his home. He was beloved by station staff and locals who fed him daily. He died at the age of 33.
3. Sphynx and Devon Rex mix Granpa Rexs Allen lived from 1964 to 1998, hitted to the age of 34 years.
2. Tabby cat Creme Puff was born in the year 1967 and lived to an old age of 38. At home with her owner Jake Perry in Austin, (Texas) Creme Puff actually set the Guinness Book of World Records for the oldest cat ever recorded in 2010.
1. Lucy was the oldest cat in the world for a moment in 2011. She had been the world's most oldest cat till yet. She was born in the year 1972 and died at the age of 39 years.