The Centenarian Cat that Really Has Got the Cream!Misty the cat is about to reach her centenary year (in cat years of course), when she celebrates her 20th birthday this May. She’s made it to this ripe old age after living with her owner Cheryl Bunn in Hampshire since she was a tiny kitten of 6 weeks old. To celebrate this feline feat, leading pet food brand Webbox has given Misty a year’s supply of her favourite treat Lick-e-Lix which was delivered along with a special telegram to make her feel like a Queen!

When Martin, Cheryl’s son, bought Misty some Webbox Lick-e-Lix in Christmas 2013 she went crazy and since then has not settled until she gets her daily dose of the creamy cat treat each day.

Cheryl comments, “Misty’s doing really well and still has all her own teeth! When we got her she was like a little cotton wool ball but she’s still soldiering on. She’s half moggy and half Persian so we do give her a bit of a helping hand with her grooming but she gets the full thumbs up from the vets each year and I’m sure that the Lick-e-Lix has something to do with her being in such good shape!”

Lick-e-Lix has been developed in two variations – yoghurt (available in Chicken or Salmon flavours) or cream (in Liver or Milk & Yoghurt flavours) and is designed to be a tasty treat for cats to enjoy on its own, with dry food or even to disguise pills thanks to its thick liquid texture. It contains no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and has added minerals to help with your cat’s health.

Julie Butcher, marketing manager at Webbox comments: “We were really pleased to hear of Misty’s love of Lick-e-Lix and the great news that she was reaching this milestone birthday. We wanted to give her a prize to remember and we think a year’s supply of her favourite treat fits the bill perfectly.”

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