Congrats to San Diego tortoiseshell Tiffany Two, who will turn 27 on March 13 ... making her the world's oldest living cat, according to Guinness World Records. That's 125 in human years.

Tiffany Two's owner, Sharon Voorhees, paid $10 for her remarkable pet in 1988; the name is "a tribute to another tortoiseshell cat she once owned in the 1970s." TT is certainly a tough cookie, having the distinction of having gone missing for a two-year stretch. Even in her old age, she's still in good health and is described as "feisty."

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That said, the Guinness report notes, "Tiffany Two also has a soft side ... she has a sweet demeanor and loves to be petted." Awwww.

Still, she has a ways to go before setting a new world record for longest-living cat of all time, considering the record holder: indefatigable Texas feline Creme Puff, who lived from 1967-2005.

Via Laughing Squid.

Photo via Love Meow.