Cats That Own Guinness World Records

  • Most Tricks Done By A Cat In One Minute As any cat owner knows, getting them to do even one trick is hard, so 20 is really impressive. As the video above shows, Didga, a cat based in Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia, is able to do everything from rolling over to jumping over a bar whilst on a skateboard.

  • Longest Fur On A Cat Sophie Smith, a black-and-white cat called owned by Jami Smith of Oceanside, California, owns the title for Cat With The Longest Fur. Her luxurious fur was measured at 10.11 inches in November, 2013.

  • Shortest Cat (Living) Lilieput, a nine-year-old female Munchkin cat from Napa, California, is the shortest living cat. She measure 5.25 inches from the floor to the shoulder. She is just 1.1 centimeters taller than a Coca-Cola can.

  • World’s Tallest Domestic Cat Savannah Islands Trouble, of Walnut Grove, California, was 19 inches tall when measured from paw to shoulder. Trouble, as she was known, died in August, 2012, but remains the tallest domestic cat ever recorded.

  • World’s Longest Cat Ludo, a Maine Coon from Wakefield, UK, is the world’s longest cat, measuring out at 3 feet, 10.59 inches. Owner Kelsey Gill says Ludo’s immense size is an advantage in that she can always find him.

  • Loudest Purr Merlin, a rescue kitty from Devon, UK, has plenty to make a noise about: He owns the Guinness World Records title for the loudest purr by a domestic cat. Merlin’s purr is more like a roar registering a whopping 67.8 decibels. That’s about as loud as an air conditioner. You can hear just how loud he is in the video below.