What is the average Lifespan of a Cat.
On average, the average Life Span of a cat ( indoor) is about 12 to 18 years, but can reach ages of up to 20 years. Because indoor cats don’t have to deal with predators and other potential risks that come with living outdoors, they tend to live a bit longer.
Outdoor cats face more dangers than indoor cats, so their life span tend to be shorter 10 to 15 years. They’re at risk of being hit by cars, ingesting something hazardous or encountering predators. You’re also more likely to notice health issues with your cat sooner if she’s living indoors.
The oldest cat in the World. What is the Guinness record for the average life span of a cat?
According to the 2010 edition of the Guinness World Records, the oldest cat ever recorded was Creme Puff, who died in 2005, aged 38 years, 3 days. Female cats typically outlive male cats, while crossbred cats typically outlive purebred cats, respectively. It has also been found that the greater a cat’s weight, the lower its life expectancy on average. ( source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aging_in_cats)