World's oldest living cat dies at 27
Tiffany Two, the world's oldest living cat, has passed away.
Guinness World Records confirmed Wednesday that the mature mouser died peacefully in her sleep last month at the age of 27 -- which is roughly 125 in human years.
Her owner Sharron Voorhees told ABC News she bought the tortoiseshell in 1988 for a mere $10 and it was the best investment she's ever made. She named her after her first cat Tiffany, which was also a tortoiseshell.
Tiffany Two had a pretty good run, but the title for "oldest cat ever" actually goes to Creme Puff, who died in 2005 at the age of 38.
Any proud cat owners think their feline has been around longer than most? Guinness is looking for you.