Cat Breeds With The Longest Lifespans


Siamese is a Thai import that has captivated cat lovers for generations.

It can live anywhere from 12 to 20 years on average.

Burmese cat

The Burmese is typically healthy, but the breed is predisposed to glaucoma and cranial abnormalities. 

The typical Burmese lifetime is between 16 and 18 years, despite the country's poor health care system.


The placid, mild-mannered ragdoll usually adores its human caretakers and wants to be at their sides at all times.

However, it has a lifespan of at least 15 years on average.

Russian Blue

The Russian blue is a quiet, contemplative cat who is friendly but not attached toward its human family.

This breed can live up to 20 years on average.

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