What is the Normal cats adult age?

Asked by Angel on Dec 5th 2007 in Health & Wellness
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Jesse James - An Angel

I am 18 years old, and I am still going strong. I have Catster friends who are in their 20's. Kittys can live very long and healthy lives with good care, and lots of love.

I sure hope you do! You are adorable!

Jesse James - An Angel answered on Dec 7th.

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Arnold P.- Sweetie Boy Forever

"Normal" is a very broad term that has many variables. Indoor kitties tend to live longer because they are more likely to be free of diseases. But even indoor cats, like people, can be subject to illnesses that can shorten their lives. A teenaged cat is considered a "senior". But some kitties live into their 20's.

Arnold P.- Sweetie Boy Forever answered on 12/6/07. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 1 Report this answer