Most nuts often live quite a long life with their owners. On average, many Ki can easily live up to 15 years of age. But there are breeds that break all records and reach 20 years of age. Below you will find a list of such long-lived breeds.
Of course, high-quality nutrition, proper care and constant care for your pet’s health will help any cat live a long and happy life, but if you choose a cat based on how many years it can live with you, then we advise you to pay attention to the following breeds:
On average, these cats live up to 20 years. This is a healthy breed, although some of its representatives have dental problems, as well as respiratory diseases.
These cats easily live up to 18 years old. They have no particular health problems, therefore, with proper care, they will delight their owners for a long time.
Representatives of this hybrid breed can live a long life – up to 20 years. However, they need a lot of space as they grow into fairly large pets.
This breed is unlikely to break the record for life expectancy, but on average its representatives live up to 15 years, which is also a lot. True, some of them have heart disease.
These cats can live for over 15 years with the right care. Of the diseases to which they are prone, urolithiasis and heart problems can be noted.
They are very similar to their closest relatives – the Siamese, including longevity: 20 years is not at all uncommon for them.
It can also live a long time and celebrate its twentieth anniversary. True, cats of this breed have urolithiasis and have vision problems.
On average, cats of this breed can live up to 16 years if they are properly cared for and the respiratory and cardiovascular diseases to which they are prone are prevented.
Cats of this breed can meet their twenties, if not faced with heart disease, to which they, unfortunately, have a tendency.
These hairless cats usually live up to 15 years, even though they are predisposed to heart disease, neurological and skin diseases.