The World’s ‘Oldest Cat’ Nutmeg Dies At The Incredible Age Of 32


What is the average life expectancy of an indoor cat?

According to vets the typical lifespan ranges somewhere between 13 and 17 years. However, there are some cases for a cat to live to at least 20. In fact, it always depends on the individual cat.

Of course we want our beloved furry friends to spend with us as many years as possible. Though, no one is eternal and even cats with their nine lives.

Nutmeg made his owners happy every day during long 32 years, and now his time is finished.

The world’s oldest cat has finally used up the last of his nine lives — passing away at the incredible age of 32.

Nutmeg the long-lived feline came down with breathing difficulties at the end of August, but vets were unable to save him after he suffered heart failure and he was put to sleep in early September.

Heartbroken owners Liz and Ian Finlay say the death of their beloved cat has left a massive hole in their lives.

The couple adopted Nutmeg after finding him in their Tyneside garden in 1990.

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