A new record has been set by a pet in south-east London as the world's oldest living cat.
Flossie, 26, of Orpington, was confirmed as the oldest cat by Guinness World Records, which said she had a human equivalent age of 120 years old.
Vicki said Flossie is deaf, has failing eyesight, but is still affectionate and playful.
"I knew from the start that Flossie was a special cat," Ms Green said.
"But I didn't imagine I'd share my home with a Guinness World Records title holder.
"She's so affectionate and playful, especially sweet when you remember how old she is."
Guinness World Records said Flossie had been living in a colony of cats near a Merseyside hospital, when two workers took pity on them and each homed a cat.
She was finally rehomed with Ms Green as it said she had experience in caring for older cats.