By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

He’s The World’s Oldest Living Cat, And His Photos Will Give You Warm Fuzzies.

Corduroy looks great for his age. The fluffy animal currently holds the Guinness World Records for the oldest living cat. Corduroy was born on August 1, 1989 in Oregon. Ashley Reed Okura has lived with her feline since she was seven years old.

“Corduroy has been through all of my life's major events and I feel blessed he is still healthy and enjoying life,” Ashley says. Living in a 160 acres ranch has certainly contributed to the feline’s longevity. He loves being outdoors hunting mice, eating cheddar, and taking naps. And although he is a senior, Corduroy still loves to jump up and down on counters.

Corduroy was adopted from a shelter, he has lived with the same family ever since.

Enjoying the sunshine and fresh air. #oldestlivingcat

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The feline sleeps with his humans every night and even works as their alarm clock waking them up at 5:00 A.M. every morning.

Corduroy was never declawed and was allowed to roam outside to hunt. "Corduroy still catches critters but is not as good as he once was, thankfully,” explains Ashley.

#Meowstache with Corduroy

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