Vincent Balsamo via Getty ImagesThere are lots of pretty daunting headlines circulating at the moment, so we’ve put together the top animal moments from the past week to cheer you up. The world’s oldest living cat gets the props she deservesFlossie is almost 27 – and a cat. And this week, the Guinness World Records and the charity Cats Protection officially dubbed her the “world’s oldest living cat”. According to her new owner, Flossie is “affectionate, playful and sweet”, (although age does mean she is deaf with eyesight problems). New record: Oldest living cat - Flossie aged 26 years and 329 days 😸She's the human equivalent of 120 years old!
Source: Huffington Post November 24, 2022 16:26 UTC