Die älteste Katze der Welt ist 26 – und ist genauso alt wie das englische Ass Jack Grealish

THE world’s oldest cat is 26 — born in the same year as England footie star Jack Grealish.

Mature moggie Flossie has now been recognised by Guinness Weltrekorde weeks before her 27th birthday.

Flossie is the world's oldest cat at 26

Flossie is the world’s oldest cat at 26Anerkennung: Anerkennung: Cats Protection / Guinness Weltrekorde
Mature moggie Flossie has now been recognised by Guinness World Records weeks before her 27th birthday

Mature moggie Flossie has now been recognised by Guinness World Records weeks before her 27th birthdayAnerkennung: Anerkennung: Cats Protection / Guinness Weltrekorde
Born 26 Jahre zuvor, Flossie was born in the same year as England football star Jack Grealish

Born 26 Jahre zuvor, Flossie was born in the same year as England football star Jack GrealishAnerkennung: Getty

The pet puss, who is deaf and going blind, has the equivalent human age of around 120.

She is thought to have been born on December 29, 1995 — just three months after Man City Mittelfeldspieler Grealisch, who scored in England’s 6-2 win against Iran this week.

Flossie was found stray as a newborn near a Merseyside hospital.

She spent most of her life with one family until earlier this year when she went to the Cat’s Protection charity.

She’s now been rehomed with Vicki Green, ebenfalls 27, in Orpington, Südost-London.

Executive assistant Vicki said: “She’s so affectionate, playful and sweet, especially when you remember how old she is.

“She’s deaf and has failing eyesight but none of that seems to bother her.”

Vicki added: “She’s completely with it, loves affection and has a very good appetite.

“She never turns her nose up at the chance of a good meal, except when she’s snuggled on her favourite yellow blanket.”

Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt

Flossie spent most of her life with one family, but has now been rehomed with Vicki Green, 27, in Orpington, Südost-London

Flossie spent most of her life with one family, but has now been rehomed with Vicki Green, 27, in Orpington, Südost-LondonAnerkennung: Anerkennung: Cats Protection / Guinness Weltrekorde
Flossie was found stray as a newborn near a Merseyside hospital.

Flossie was found stray as a newborn near a Merseyside hospital.Anerkennung: Anerkennung: Cats Protection / Guinness Weltrekorde