What Is the Average Lifespan Of A Cat?

The question arose from many people is what the average life span of a cat is?

It depends on several situations and the environment in which the cat is living from that I mean the indoor where they are provided their basic needs and the outdoor where they face a lot of health issues. Several types of research are made to answer this question what an average lifespan of a cat is?

Average Lifespan Of A Cat

And we will be discussing the situations and the average lifespan of the cats in comparison to the indoor and outdoor environment and different breeds as well.

Let’s get started.

Factors that Influence Lifespan

When concerned with the life expectancy of an average cat the environment, food, spaying, and maintenance. These are some of the elements that must be observed.

The spaying and neutering reduce the risk of health issues for a cat and keeping a strict check on these factors it has been observed through research that the average lifespan of a typical cat is about 10 to 15 years.

Factors that Influence Lifespan

Now if we discuss the breeds, so it has been concluded from the researches that a cat born from different kinds lives a couple of years more than a cat born from the same type.

It has also been observed that the female cats live 2 or 3 years more than a male cat.

The Lifespan of Indoor Cats

As we all know that a cat that is kept in a pleasant environment of a home has more chances to live more as compared to that of the outdoor one.

The indoor cats are provided with a good environment, good food, and a natural approach to clean and fresh drinking water. Moreover, they are properly vaccinated and are kept away from the stress and risks of outdoor.

The Lifespan of Indoor Cats

So it has been concluded on view of all the factors and facilities that are provided to a cat at indoor they live for about 16 years.

The Lifespan of Outdoor Cats

The outdoor cats’ face a lot of difficulties and risks as compared to indoor cats; therefore, it has been observed through research that outdoor cats die earlier than the indoor ones.

Here from the outdoor I mean the cat that lives in the open world where they are not provided fresh water to drink, healthy cat foods, and has a lot of chances of accidents and health issues.

Outdoor Cats

Moreover, the cats living in the outdoor also suffer from changing the weather and have more chances of getting ill and suffering from dangerous diseases.

Viewing all the factors and problems that a cat faces in the outdoor world it has been concluded that the average lifespan of a cat is that of 5 years only.

Conclusion – Wrapping It Up

In the above article different situations and factors of outdoor rinks and indoor facilities has been mentioned and the average lifespan of different breeds has been shown by these factors, i.e., 16 years of lifespan for indoor cats and five years of lifespan for outdoor cats.

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