Nutmeg, world’s oldest cat, dies at 32 – Daily Pakistan
LONDON – Nutmeg, believed to be the world’s oldest cat, died in England on the age of 32 earlier this month, his house owners stated.
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The animal, died on Sept. 14 because of coronary heart failure, based on Westway Veterinary Group in Newcastle upon Tyne.
“Westway Vets is gloomy to announce the passing of Nutmeg, a cat regarded as the world’s oldest moggy,” the vet group stated.
“After an extremely lengthy life, Nutmeg, who was 32, suffered coronary heart failure after coming to us with respiratory difficulties.”
Liz and Ian Finlay cared for Nutmeg for 27 years after taking him in as a stray when he was 5 years previous.
“We each really feel like our hearts have been ripped out. He was our little boy. ‘He went downhill so shortly it was unbelievable,’” Ian Finlay stated.
“He suffered from a nasty tooth and he had rasping breath. We knew that after we went to the vets that he wouldn’t be coming residence. It was an unstated solace.”