"Perry’s cats broke the Guinness World Record for oldest cat. Twice, actually: The first record, from 1998, was for a part Sphynx, part Devon Rex named Granpa Rexs Allen who made it to age 34; the second, from 2005, is for a mixed tabby named Creme Puff who lived to age 38. Since the 1980s, Perry has adopted and re-homed hundreds of cats, at his peak raising four dozen at once, showcasing the best and brightest in cat shows. According to Perry, it’s not just Granpa and Creme Puff who had unusually long lives: About a third of his cats, he says, lived to be at least 30 years old—about twice the average feline life span."
"... their daily diet: on top of dry commercial cat food, a home-cooked breakfast of eggs, turkey bacon, broccoli, coffee with cream, and—every two days—about an eyedropper full of red wine to “circulate the arteries.”
Ok, so I am not doing the coffee, even though some cats is Asia are eating beans for the "special" coffee, but why not offer Stripey a home cooked breakfast? So this morning I pulled out a pan and cooked a scrambled egg, put it on a plate and called her over. She came over, took a look, looked up at me with a WTF expression, and then used a hind leg to imitate a "burying" motion like it was something in the catbox. So I opened a can of Fancy Feast, and that was that.