Golden Oldies

See more winning seniors from CAT FANCY's Oldest Living Cats Contest.

Posted: July 8, 2009, 3 a.m. EDT

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Cat Fancy's Oldest Living Cats
CAT FANCY didn't have room for all of the great old-timers' pictures submitted to the annual Oldest Living Cats Contest, so here are more to enjoy.


Nutmeg, age 20
Heather Gray
Allentown, Penn.

Smokey Smokey, age 22
Patricia Anderson
Roseville, Calif.

Abbey, age 22
Polly McGillivary
Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

Bella Bella, age 22
Susan Breeden
Houston, Texas
Katiee Katiee, age 22
Jennifer St. Clair
Boyertown, Penn.

Spitzy, age 21
Sheri Chapman
Albuquerque, N.M.

Girly Girly, age 20
Ellen Englert
Bridgeville, Penn.

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Terri    Lincoln, NE

9/27/2011 3:10:46 PM

Good info on holistic / homeopathic treatments as well as diets: holistic cat dot com

Terri    Lincoln, NE

9/26/2011 11:09:12 AM

September 2011 - Oldest living cat Tucker-Sox.

I too am looking for more info on the type of homeopathic treatment that worked for kidney failure. Please email tjcarst at hotmail dot com if anyone has more information.

Gloria    Merriam, KS

7/20/2011 11:57:39 AM

I am looking to e-mail Patty Gregg of Erie, PA the owner of Tucker-Sox, 23 in the September issue. She took Tucker-Sox to a homeopathy specialist as he had renal failure. Our lovely Fluffia is 17 years old and has the first signs of it. She is healthy otherwise. She fell down some very high stairs after having a tooth removed and developed this right after. She has a strong will to live and we want to help her the best we can. She doesn't seem to like the food they think she should eat. Her only symptom is going to the restroom a lot. She isn't diabetic. We had all the tests run. I don't know much about homeopathy. What type of therapy did your pet receive? I'm in KS and close to the MO border. Thanks for your help!

Barb    Middletown, NY

5/20/2011 5:38:44 AM

Senior cats are the best! We adopt only older cats. We volunteer at our public shelter. How do we get people to adopt the older cats? It seems that few people will take even a five year old. It's so discouraging...beautiful animals without a home.

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