The world's oldest cat, Tiffany Two, turned 27 Friday.
Tiffany Two was born on March 13, 1988 in San Diego, California, according to Guinness World Records. In cat years, she is 125 years old.
Owner Sharon Vorhees bought Tiffany Two for $10 when the kitten was six weeks old, ABC News reports. She is named after another tortoise shell cat Vorhees owned in the '70s who had died early from cancer.
Vorhees credits Tiffany Two's devotion for her long life.
“She has just been so devoted to me. She would drool when I would stroke her,” Vorhees told Time. “Sometimes I think she just doesn’t want to leave me.”
Voorhees told ABC News that Tiffany Two has had a number of boyfriends over the years and is very healthy.
"She's not afraid of anything or anyone," Vorhees told Guinness World Records. "She's very feisty!"
Tiffany Two still has some years to go before she breaks the record for the oldest cat ever, which was set by Creme Puff, a feline from Austin, Texas who Guinness World Records says lived for 38 years and 3 days.