how long do cats live?

Can cats live up to 20 years?
Average cat lifespan
Cats may not really have nine lives, but factors such as diet, healthcare and environment can have an impact on how long a cat can live. ... While dependent on many things, including luck, some domestic cats can live to up to 20 years old. Apr 1, 2019
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Can cats live up to 25 years?
The average lifespan for a pet cat is probably around 13 to 14 years. However, although their lifespan varies, a well cared for cat may commonly live to 15 or beyond, some make it to 18 or 20 and a few extraordinary felines even pass 25 or 30 years of age.
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Can cats live up to 30 years?
At least one study found a median lifespan value of 14 years and a corresponding interquartile range of 9 to 17 years. Maximum lifespan has been estimated at values ranging from 22 to 30 years although there have been claims of cats dying at ages greater than 30 years.
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What is considered old age for a cat?
In recent years, feline ages and life-stages have been redefined, cats are considered to be elderly once they reach 11 years with senior cats defined as those aged between 11-14 years and super-senior cats 15 years and upwards. When caring for older cats it sometimes helps to appreciate their age in human terms. Jul 30, 2018
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