The average life expectancy of a domestic, indoor cat is 15 years, though cats commonly reach 18 to 20 years old. Feral, outdoor cats have an average life expectancy of approximately six years. More »

The life expectancy of an indoor cat varies based on his genetics, but is averaged to be 12 to 18 years. However, improvements in medicine, vaccinations and care have led indoor cats to live over 20 years, with the oldes... More »

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The length of time a cat can live without food depends on the condition of the cat's body. Cats that don't eat for long periods of time often develop hepatic lipidosis, otherwise known as fatty liver disease. Cats typica... More »

A well-bred Persian cat has an average life expectancy of 15 years or more, which is about the same as that of most domestic purebred cats. More »

According to Web MD, the average life expectancy for house cats is about 15 years. However, some cats can live to be over 20 years old. A given cat's longevity is influenced by genetics, diet, environment and luck. More »

Healthy, well-bred Persian cats have a life expectancy of 15 years or more. Domestic cats overall have an average lifespan between 10 and 18 years; this places Persians on the high end of the scale. More »

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According to Hill's Pet Nutrition, Himalayan cats have a life expectancy of 8 to 11 years. Featuring long, straight fur and a flat face, the Himalayan is a breed of cat known for its size and friendly disposition. More »