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Meet Rubble, a cat from Exeter, in England, which is now called "the oldest cat in the world." It recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. Rubble and its owner, Michelle Foster, were the best of friends, so she got her kitten is still in its 20 - year anniversary in May 1988.
Meet Rubble, British cat, which is now called "the oldest cat in the world" after the celebration of his 30th birthday.
The owner, Michelle Foster, got her kitten on her 20th day in 1988.
"The cat friend of my sister's kittens were born, and I had just started to live independently."
"I was lonely to live alone, so I took the kitten."
The pair were inseparable ever since.
Now Rubble corresponds to the age of the last holder of the world record.
It was a party at the local vets, where she was treated to a favorite cat food and free health checks.
The cat some problems with pressure, but overall Rubble feels good.
It is still full of energy.
Happy 30th anniversary.