26 Pound Cat Up For Adoption


WELL, THE VIDEO SEEMED TO BE IN THAT SAME MOTIFF, REALLY VISUAL AND FUN TO LOOK AT. A PHILADELPHIA ANIMAL SHELTER IS NOW TRYING TO FIND A FOREVER HOME FOR A BIG CAT WITH A LOT OF LOVE TO GIVE. MEET B.J., ALSO KNOWN AS PL. B., 2 YEARS OLD, WEIGHS 26 POUNDS. HOW BIG IS THAT? WELL, THE AVERAGE ADULT CAT WEIGHS BETWEEN 8 AND 10 POUNDS. THE MORRIS ANIMAL REFUGE DESCRIBES MR. B. AS A BIG CAT WITH A BIG HEART. THEY SAY HE’S JUMBO SIZED, A PACKAGE OF FLUFF AND LOVE WHO REDEFINES THE TERM CHUNK. BUT HE’S GOING TO NEED TO DROP A FEW POUNDS IN ORDER TO STAY HEALTHY AND STAY ALIVE. APPARENTLY HE’S THROUGH ABOUT FOUR LIVES RIGHT NOW. HOPEFULLY THIS BIG GUY WON’T HAVE TO WAIT ALL THAT LONG FOR A LOVING FAMILY TO ADOPT HIM. HE’S JUST GOING TO NEED A BIG, BIG CAGE. I THOUGHT MY 9-MONTH-OLD WAS BIG. IT’S FUNNY, IT’S INTERESTING WE’RE DOING THIS BECAUSE IF THAT CAME ACROSS MY FACEBOOK TIMELINE, I WOULD SAY THEY

8 thoughts on “26 Pound Cat Up For Adoption

  1. OMG!Too much lasagna.Gotta start working out with NYC pizza rat to get back in shape.NYC pizza rat goes up and down the stairs for food.

  2. This cat is not 100% average common domesticated house cat. Running a DNA test on it would probably show that it partly has DNA of a small wild cat that happened to breed with a common house cat. Looking at his face shows the wild cat in him. Its impossible to tell when its a kitten. I suggest run a DNA test.

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