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What age are cats senior

Cats may lose their seniority in the following way:

• When they are adults, they are known as adults.

• When they are older than adulthood, they are known as old adults.

• When they are older than old adults, they are known as oldies.

• When they are older than oldies, they are known as oldieses.

What age are cats old?

Cats are called old at the age of 10 years.

What age do cats die?

Cats can die at the age of about 17 years.

How many years do cats live?

Cats can live up to 15 years, but the average is from 8 to 12 years.

How many cats can you have in your home?

Cats can have up to 7 cats in their home.

How many cats are allowed in my home?

You can have up to 7 cats in your home.

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