32 Years Old
33 Years Old
The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed that GRANPA was the "world's longest living cat" and the Guinness Award: Worlds Oldest Cat was given to GRANPA in 1998. GRANPA lived to be 34 years, 2 months and 4 hours, and died on 1st April 1998.
Enjoying his birthday cake at 32 years old.
The previous record was 34 years and 1 day and had been set in 1957 by Ma from England. 34 years! That's 152 years old in human age.
Veterinarians credit the feline's longevity to good genes and a loving family. A daily breakfast of bacon, eggs, coffee and broccoli hasn't hurt, either.