A 44-pound cat needs a new home in New Jersey

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Talk about New Jersey's fat cats. A 44-pound feline was found waddling around Saturday without a collar in Voorhees, and officials at the Camden County Animal Shelter hope she gets a nice - hopefully, ... Full Story
Pooky

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jul 30, 2008
Why was'nt that cat leashed for one thing? Second, if you love your animal, you wouldn't let them get that big. Animals are prone to diabetes and heart disease. I hope for the cat's sake someone a bit more responsible adopts her.

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