1) Oldest dog
According to Guinness World Records, the oldest dog ever was a Beagle named Butch that lived in the United States. Butch was born in 1975 and died in 2003 at the age of 28. Depending on which calculation you use, it equals to about 125 human years.
Tigger, an owner of the largest dog ears in the world

2) Highest Jump by a Dog
The world record for the highest jump cleared by a dog is 172.7 cm (68 in), achieved by Cinderella May a Holly Grey, owned by Kate Long and Kathleen Conroy (both USA) of Miami, Florida, USA, at the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge National Finals, Gray Summit, Missouri, USA on 7 October 2006.
3) Fastest Car Window Opened by a Dog
The fastest time a dog has unwound a non-electric car window is 11.34 seconds and was achieved by Striker, a Border Collie owned and trained by Francis V. Gadassi (Hungary). The record was set on September 1, 2004 in Queb├ęc City, Canada.
Cinderella, the world's highest canine jumper

4) Most Tennis Balls Held in the Mouth by a Dog
The world record for the most tennis balls held in the mouth by a dog at one time is five. Augie, a Golden Retriever owned by the Miller family in Dallas, Texas, USA, successfully gathered and held all five regulation-sized tennis balls on July 6, 2003.
5) Longest Ears on a Dog
The longest ears on a dog measured 34.9 cm (13.75 in) and 34.2 cm (13.5 in) for the right and left ears, respectively, on September 29, 2004. They belong to Tigger, a bloodhound, who is owned by Bryan and Christina Flessner of St Joseph, Illinois, USA.
Striker, a master in opening car windows


6) Oldest living cat
The average life expectancy of an indoor cat is between 12 to 15 years. According to the Guinness Book of Records, the oldest living cat is a Burmese called Kataleena Lady who lives in Melbourne, Australia. Kataleena Lady was born on March 11th, 1977.
7) Oldest cat
According to Guinness World Records, the oldest cat ever was Creme Puff of Austin Texas. Born on August 3rd 1967, Creme Puff celebrated her 38th birthday in August 2005. Depending on which calculation you use, equals to about 169 human years.
Nipper's Geronimo at his best, an owner of the longest rabbit ears

Also mentionable are:
- Puss, who was born in 1903. Puss was owned by Mrs T. Holway of Devon. Puss passed away on 29th November, 1939, one day after his 36th birthday.
- Granpa who lived to the ripe old age of 34. Granpa Rexs Allen (Granpa for short) was a Sphynx adopted from the Humane Society in Texas.
8) Cat with most toes
Eighteen toes is the normal number for cats. A five year old moggy from Ontario, Canada is in the Guinness Book of Records for having the most toes. Jake has a total of 27 toes.
Unofficially Mooch who lives with his owners Bob & Becky Duval in Maine, USA is the winner having 28 toes. Mooch's owners have submitted evidence to the Guinness Book of Records. Watch out, Jake!
The largest millipede in the world

Cats with more than the "normal" number of toes are called Polydactyl. Poly comes from the Greek word "polys" which means many or more than one. Dactyl also comes from the Greek word "daktylos" or finger. Polydactyl's are also known as Hemingway cats.
9) Most Kittens Produced by a Domestic Cat
By 1952, Dusty, a Tabby moggy from Texas had given birth to a total number of 420 kittens in her lifetime.
10) The Largest Cat Litter
On 7th August, 1970, a four year old Burmese called Tarawood Antigone, who was owned by Valerie Gane of Oxfordshire, UK, gave birth to nineteen kittens. The survived fifteen kittens consisted of 1 female & 14 males.
Augie managed to hold 5 tennis balls in the mouth at a time

11) Longest Non-Fatal Fall
Andy, who was owned by a Florida Senator by the name of Ken Myer holds the world record for the longest non fatal fall. Andy fell from the 16th floor (200 feet) of an apartment building.
12) Longest Post Earthquake Survival by a Cat
A cat was discovered alive in a collapsed building 80 days after an earthquake in Taiwan in December 1999.


13) Longest Ears on a Rabbit
The longest rabbit ears measured 79 cm (31.125 in) in a complete span on November 1, 2003 at the American Rabbit Breeders Association National Show in Wichita, Kansas, USA. The ears belong to an English Lop called Nipper's Geronimo who is owned by Waymon and Margaret Nipper of Bakersfield, California, USA.
Kotetsu, the world's highest pig jumper

14) Highest Jump by a Pig
The world record for the highest jump by a pig is 70 cm (27.5 in) and was achieved by Kotetsu, a pot-bellied pig on 22 August 2004 at the Mokumoku Tedsukuri Farm, Mie, Japan.
15) Largest Millipede
The largest millipede in the world is a full grown African giant black millipede (Archispirostreptus gigas) which is owned by Jim Klinger of Coppell, Texas, USAand measures 38.7 cm (15.2 in) in length, 6.7 cm (2.6 in) in circumference and has 256 legs.

Sources: Guinness Book of Records (the records 2 through 5 and 13 through 15), Cat World (the records 6 through 12), Wikipedia (the record 1).