Lost the oldest cat in the world

Lost the oldest cat in the world

27-year-old cat named Corduroy (Corduroy), which in 2015, recognized the oldest in the world, ran away from his mistress. About it reports UPI.

A resident of the U.S. state of Oregon Ashley Okura posted a photo of a missing pet in Instagram and explained that on 9 October he ran in the open door. Since then, she hasn’t seen him.

“I miss you terribly and hope that he will return, — the woman wrote. But logic dictates that the Velvet will not come home.”

Sunday October 9th at 10 pm: Corduroy literally ran outside when we opened the door as we arrived home. We have not seen him since. It is with a heavy heart I make this post, announcing that Corduroy has most likely crossed the rainbow bridge. We miss him terribly and I hold out hope he will return…Logically, Corduroy won’t come home. I appreciate all the support and love Corduroy has received–he was an exceptional sir. I am grateful we had an unbelievable, special, 27 years together. #oldestlivingcat #sircorduroy #throwbackthursday #meow #love #27andpouncing #stopdeclawing #thankful #morethan9lives ?

Photos published Corduroy (@oldestlivingcat) Nov 24 2016 at 1:24 am PST

The cat got in the Guinness Book of records in 2015. According to the owner, Corduroy lived with her since 1989, when she was seven years old. He loved to catch mice and eat cheddar.

In may, his record was broken by 30-year-old Siamese cat named Scooter, owned by Texan Gail Floyd. He died just a few days after receiving the title of oldest cat in the world.