Cat Years

 Cat Years

– How old is your cat in human years?

It is a well-known fact that cat years differ from human years. The average lifespan of domestic cats are somewhere between 9 and 15 years.

Cat Quote by Emily BrontëThis chart shows the conversion of cat years to human years.

This can only be viewed approximately.

The first year is equivalent to 15 human years.

The second year is equivalent to another 9 human years.

After the cat is two years old, each additional cat year is equivalent to four human years.

Cat Year  – Human Year

1  Cat Year =  15 Human Years

2 Cat Years =  24 Human Years

3 Cat Years =  28 Human Years

4 Cat Years =  32 Human Years

5 Cat Yeas =  36 Human Years

6 Cat Years =  40 Human Years

7 Cat Years =  44 Human Years

8 Cat Years =  48 Human Years

9  Cat Years =  52 Human Years

1o  Cat Years = 56 Human Years

11  Cat Years = 60 Human Years

12  Cat Years =  64 Human Years

13  Cat Years =  68 Human Years

Cat Years14  Cat Years =  72 Human Years

15  Cat Years =  74 Human Years

16  Cat Years =  78 Human Years

17  Cat Years =  82 Human Years

18  Cat Years =  84 Human Years

19  Cat Years =  92 Human Years

20  Cat Years =  96Human Years

21 Cat Years =  100 Human Years

There are quite a few stories of cats growing really old.

Reports like a Tabby cat named Ma that became 34 years old.

Creme Puff (1967 –2005) was a female cat who died at age 38 years.

She was the oldest cat according to the 2010 edition of Guinness World Records.

The cat owner was Jack Perry from Texas.

Neutered cats live on average three years longer than unneutered cats.

This may be because neutered cats do not get into as many fights and are not equally exposed to infections.