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.  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 Years = 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

10 Cat Years = 56 Human Years

11 Cat Years = 60 Human Years

12 Cat Years = 64 Human Years

13 Cat Years = 68 Human Years

14 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 = 96 Human Years

21 Cat Years = 100 Human Years

Neutered cats live on average three years longer than un-neutered cats.

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

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