A cat’s age is not linear compared to a human’s age. During their first year a cat develops particularly fast and it’s only from its second year onwards that the age curve becomes more linear.
It is important to note that factors such as diet, care, environment and genetics will have an impact on how a cat’s age is comparable in human years.
On average, cats today live between 10 to 15 years old, whilst outdoor cats tend to live shorter.
Using the following table you will be able to approximate a cat’s age in human years.