He Cat considered the oldest in the world passed away at 31 in the city of Exeter, England. The age she was at the time of her is equivalent to 150 years of a human.
The owner of Rubble, a 51-year-old woman, said that since they gave the cat – when she turned 20 – they became inseparable companions. “He died after having a Wonderful life“expressed Michele Heritage.
The woman considers that her cat lived for so many years as a result of the good care she received. Since she never had children, she pampered, cared for and gave him as much love as if he were such. “I always treated him like a child, I have no children and I had another cat named and, who died at age 25. If you care about something, no matter what it is, it will last”, the owner asserted.
“He was an amazing partner that I had the pleasure of living with for so long“, melancholy commented. And I add: “I got it just when I turned twenty, they gave it to me when I was a kitten, and from that day we never parted, until the sad day he died”.
The Maine Coon animal had become the oldest in the world in May of last year, when it turned 31 years old.
“He had no specific health problems, but he died of old age. He lost a lot of weight and one day he crossed the street and did not return ”, Michele recalled.
Although the cat died shortly before May, when he was about to turn 32, the news was recently released through various media.
Rubble exceeded the limit of older cats he had reached Scooter, a Texas Siamese named to the Guinness World Record at the age of 30 before dying in 2016.