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Meet Beejay, The 26lb Cat Looking For A Forever Home

If you love cats, you’re going to absolutely love this!

Meet Beejay, one of the largest, cutest and cuddliest tabby cats you will ever see’

This big boy weighs a huge 26lb. Due to his big size and the fact that he is adorable, Beejay managed to go viral recently when an appeal went out to find him a forever home.

Beejay lives at the Morris Animal Refuge in Philadelphia, US at the moment and is so big he’s about the size of a small kid.

The two year old tabby affectionately described as a “chonk”.

When the refuge shared pictures of him on twitter, people of the Internet fell in love with this large fur baby and it’s no surprise!

The refuge tweeted:

“OMG, big boi Mr. B is a CHONK. He’s a chonk of a chonk. He redefines the term”

Before quizzing:

“Can you guess how much he weighs? More importantly, can you give him a home? Adopt this jumbo-sized package of fluff & love.”

Their post of the tabby cat went so viral that even people in the UK want to offer their homes to this gorgeous feline.

Unfortunately though, cat-fat shaming is a thing and some people weren’t so kind with their words…

One person said:

“That’s not a feline, it’s a kindergartner in a cat costume”

While another added:

“Morris animal refuge would like you to adopt this horse”.

Yikes!

We are sure that Beejay doesn’t give a damn about some of the not so nice comments because he’s since become an internet celeb receiving almost 11,000 retweets and 36,000 ‘likes’. Not bad!

If you do seriously want to adopt this cutie, you better be quick as it was reported that the sites website crashed due to people enquiring about the big boy.

The refuge tweeted:

“Mr. B. apologizes for crashing our website. We have our team working to get it back up as we speak. Unfortunately, they’re all cats, so it may take a little while.”

We really hope he finds a forever home soon!

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