On August 22, 2019, a cat by the name of BJ was brought into the Morris Animal Refuge in Philadelphia. But this cat is much larger than the average medium-sized cat! Researchers examined the cat and found that saber-toothed brindle or maybe Maine Coon genes were present in his blood. Despite seeming like a standard yard cat on the outside, other than its size.
BJ is two years old and has a dejected expression, but he won’t have to be dejected for very long because of all the interested potential owners. After the publication of BJ’s photos and memoir, many Americans from Philadelphia and even from other states expressed interest in adopting him, much to the delight of the shelter staff. BJ is plainly evident to be a bit over a meter tall in the pictures when the shelter worker is holding him in her arms.
And this person is 12 kg heavy!
A true Goliath, not a cat!
He is not only a cat, but a doughnut to all donuts, tweeted the shelter workers in a lengthy message. Guess his weight, but not his height or other measurements. However, Mr. B does not view this as being of the utmost importance! BJ is trying to find a house! Potential owners, speak out! Bring this large armful of affection and fluff into your family. Please RT this urgent appeal to help this man locate his residence as soon as possible. Thousands of people weren’t bored by this content!
The comments section received 18.5 thousand responses. Many of the comments wished they could adopt BJ into their family.
Some commenters even questioned whether this cat is a house cat (considering its size, of course), while some made harmless jokes along the lines of, “What does he eat? Kids or protein shakes?
The majority of the time, nevertheless, people were moved by his attractive muzzle and dejected eyes, and they all wanted to take it for themselves to erase the melancholy off his muzzle. An intriguing aspect is that the shelter’s location was crowded not long after the story was published. All because too many applicants failed to show up when the cat was brought to them.
It is hardly unexpected that the cat will soon relocate to a new home after achieving such popularity.
Mr. B even caught the eye of the Philadelphia police, in addition. They also stated that they are prepared to adopt the animal into service as a service cat if no one wants to bring it into the house (which they doubt).
Other comments encouraged the shelter to incorporate a clause to that effect in the contracts it writes with potential owners and showed interest in following the cat’s life on social media as well. I’m happy the cat is now free to roam the streets and not be confined to the walls of the shelter. There he will also find new, dedicated owners!