Flossie, 26, officially crowned world’s oldest living cat by Guinness World Records

British-born Flossie has set a new record as the world’s oldest living cat.

Guinness World Records have officially awarded the title to the feline, who was born in 1995.

The cat has had a number of owners during her lifetime, but currently resides in southeast London.

Her new owner says she is in remarkably good shape for her advanced years.


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