Chubbs the 29-pound cat is too big for shelter kennel

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 17, 2018

The Pasadena Humane Society is trying to find out who owns a massive, 29-pound cat, which officials say is so big it can't fit comfortably in a kennel.

The 10-year-old Himalayan mix, which has been nicknamed Chubbs, was taken in by The Pasadena Humane Society after he was found wandering along a busy street in Altadena in Los Angeles. He's too big to fit in a kennel at The Pasadena Humane Society, where he's now hanging out.

Chubbs is now living inside staff office space due to his weight which prevents him from fitting into a kennel.

"He is 29 pounds of love", Julie Banks, the organization's president and CEO, told KTLA.

One such feline recently arrived at the Humane Society in Pasadena, California as a "stray in desperate need of grooming".

Staff members then cleaned up the cat which took nearly two hours because of his condition.

The organization also noted that his weight makes it "uncomfortable" for him to move freely about. Whoever takes him in will need to put the cat on a strict diet and exercise plan to help him lose all that excess weight.

'A fat cat might be really cute, but they can get the same diseases that we can. The cat has no ID tag or microchip.

The shelter is searching for the cat's owner, but so far multiple people have come forward to claim the cat is theirs; so they've put any adoption plans on hold while they investigate things further.

Of course, even if you aren't able to adopt Chubbs, there are still a ton of other cats available for adoption, both at the Pasadena Humane Society and at local shelters around the country.

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