Animal shelter caring for lost 44-pou...

Animal shelter caring for lost 44-pound cat

There are 17 comments on the www.app.com story from Jul 29, 2008, titled Animal shelter caring for lost 44-pound cat. In it, www.app.com reports that:

Officials at the Camden County Animal Shelter are trying to figure out how someone lost a 44-pound cat.

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“Purple girl in a purple world”

Since: Apr 08

Plum, Purplonia

#1 Jul 29, 2008
Are they sure she didn't eat her owners?
Andrea

Iowa Falls, IA

#2 Jul 29, 2008
Oh, but she's cccuuuutttteeee!!!!!

:o)

I hope she goes to a good home!

“New & Improved..”

Since: Oct 07

Formerly From Kenya

#3 Jul 29, 2008
Just drive around town and look for the house that has a sagging window sills, that's the owners house..
Wow..44 pounds..chow chow chow
:j

Since: Jul 08

East Texas

#4 Jul 29, 2008
Is that big for a cat? I'm allergic to them.

“New & Improved..”

Since: Oct 07

Formerly From Kenya

#5 Jul 29, 2008
Say What 90210 wrote:
Is that big for a cat? I'm allergic to them.
Ohh yeah, that's big...wow!..like 3X..you would sneeze all weekend!
:o

“Let her cry, for she's a Lady”

Since: Apr 08

Let her dream, she's a Child

#6 Jul 29, 2008
Aw, wish she was in California, I would take her in. I have a Maine Coon, which can get up to 25 lbs (one was recorded at 35lbs, not sure if its true) once full grown (which is reached at about the age of 5 years) He already weighs 16 lbs and is turning a year old in a few weeks!

The funny thing is, they often say these cats are very graceful, no one told Prince this. Klutz should have been his name.

He does open doors, a cabinet now and then, and he will grab your hand, like a child reaches to take your hand. His paws are huge, and I dare say, we have a beast in the making! He must know I am talking about him, cause he is looking at me, uh oh!

“Let her cry, for she's a Lady”

Since: Apr 08

Let her dream, she's a Child

#7 Jul 29, 2008
Eh, here is something, if anyone is bored or curious...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maine_Coon

“Who likes shots & has 2 thumbs”

Since: Jul 07

BOULDER

#8 Jul 29, 2008
I will take her as long as she will not eat my Pistachio!=)
Lydia

Birmingham, AL

#9 Jul 29, 2008
One of my cats is a 22-lb. Maine Coon; I thought she was huge until I saw this cat! That is a huge kitty! What (or who) has she been eating?

“Ive Never been lost.”

Since: Feb 08

Gtown

#10 Jul 29, 2008
And lets bet that if the owner did show up.. Some one would say some thing about the cats owner not taking care of them right..
One because it was out.. Two because that cat is not healthy.. Big fat cats are not healthy..
But damn she is cute... Looks like she is posing for the picture.

Since: Dec 07

Gloucester, VA

#11 Jul 29, 2008
Pixie_Vampyress wrote:
Aw, wish she was in California, I would take her in. I have a Maine Coon, which can get up to 25 lbs (one was recorded at 35lbs, not sure if its true) once full grown (which is reached at about the age of 5 years) He already weighs 16 lbs and is turning a year old in a few weeks!
The funny thing is, they often say these cats are very graceful, no one told Prince this. Klutz should have been his name.
He does open doors, a cabinet now and then, and he will grab your hand, like a child reaches to take your hand. His paws are huge, and I dare say, we have a beast in the making! He must know I am talking about him, cause he is looking at me, uh oh!
Maine Coons are wonderful loyal cats I had adopted "Smoke" in 2002,the shelter told me he was only 5 years old, my vet told me more like 13, he was 19lbs but passed due to brain cancer in 2006.

“Let her cry, for she's a Lady”

Since: Apr 08

Let her dream, she's a Child

#12 Jul 29, 2008
gearhead wrote:
<quoted text>Maine Coons are wonderful loyal cats I had adopted "Smoke" in 2002,the shelter told me he was only 5 years old, my vet told me more like 13, he was 19lbs but passed due to brain cancer in 2006.
Hugs to you, for the loss of Smoke. Yay for loyal kitty cats.

Hope the owners come get Princess Chunk (lousy name tho) soon! If not, then I hope she gets a loving, happy new home, and maybe a diet!

Vee

“Happeeeeeee 2016!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#13 Jul 29, 2008
44 pounds? Has Rosie Odonnell called to claim it yet?
shelly

Kenner, LA

#14 Jul 29, 2008
that cat isnt lost...it looked in the mirror and realized 'omg im fat i need to get some exercise' so she went for a walk
Seamanforwomen

New Gloucester, ME

#15 Jul 29, 2008
Who flung the chunk?

Probably couldn't afford to feed fatcat anymore so they left it at the shelter.

The poor bastard probably wanted to get rid of chunk so they could afford to feed their four hundred pound Fido, who probably has rusted up every fire hydrant in his bailiwick.
MeanandNasty

United States

#16 Jul 30, 2008
Say What 90210 wrote:
Is that big for a cat? I'm allergic to them.
It's a large cat and a larger sneeze for you!
MeanandNasty

United States

#17 Jul 30, 2008
Vee wrote:
44 pounds? Has Rosie Odonnell called to claim it yet?
Of course not! The cat was provided too much competition for the food!

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