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Huge cat — 26 pounds — on adoption list in Philly goes viral

Samson X Horne
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Twitter via @MorrisAnimal
“BeeJay” is a 2-year-old 26-pound cat placed on an adoption list by Morris Animal Refuge animal shelter in Philadelphia, Pa.

An animal shelter in Philadelphia tweeted Thursday about “big boi Mr. B” being up for adoption and boy, they weren’t joking.

BeeJay — a 26-pound cat — is on the adoption list at the Morris Animal Refuge. Apparently the folks at Morris want to shed light on the fact that “Mr. B” is a “chonk” of a cat that is seeking his “furever” home.

He is a 2-year-old with a “big heart,” they say.

Those interested in adopting this cute, chunky cat can visit the shelter’s website. But you better hurry, the site was down Thursday evening due to “excessive traffic.”

One can only wonder why.

The cat’s so big, it broke the internet.

Samson X Horne is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Samson at 412-320-7845, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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