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At 26 years 13 days, Corduroy is world's oldest cat

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At 26 years 13 days, Corduroy is worlds oldest cat
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Oregon: Corduroy, an Oregon cat has become the oldest pet feline in the world at 26 years and 13 days, Guinness World Records officials have informed.

Corduroy lives in the rural community of Sisters, Oregon, about 100 miles (160km) southeast of Portland, and spends plenty of time outside. Since kittenhood, Corduroy has lived with owner Ashley Reed Okura, who was only seven years old when the cat entered her life, Guinness officials said.

"The secret has been allowing him to be a cat - hunting and getting plenty of love," Reed Okura said in a statement. Aside from chasing mice, the cat also likes to eat cheddar cheese.

The previous record-holder was a San Diego feline named Tiffany Two, who was 26 years and 204 days old when she died on June 3, the officials said.

Kristen Ott, a spokeswoman for Guinness World Records, acknowledged that an older cat than Corduroy might be out there.

To hold the record, an owner must submit evidence such as video recordings of a pet feline throughout the decades, as well as witness statements.

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