26 POND cat dubbed CHONK because of its huge size breaks the internet – the website of his animal shelter crashes when they are looking for his & # 39; forever & # 39; House
- A huge 26-pound cat named BeeJay caused a fire storm on social media after shelter workers posted about the cat on Twitter on Thursday
- BeeJay, or Mr. B, is ready for adoption at The Morris Animal Refuge in Philadelphia and is described as a & # 39; chonk & # 39;
- Twitter users are silent about the pudgy pussycat, with more than 33,000 likes and 10,000 retweets
- BeeJay even caught the attention of the Philadelphia police, who jokingly offered to make the cat a part of the K-9 unit
- BeeJay became so popular that the fat cat crashed on the Morris Animal Refuge website less than 12 hours after asylum workers posted about him
A seriously fat cat who was adopted in Pennsylvania literally broke the internet after internet media users fell in love with him and crashed the website of his shelter.
On Thursday, Morris Animal Refuge in Philadelphia shared photos of a 26-pound cat named BeeJay on their Twitter account and told users that the big man was looking for a home forever.
& # 39; OMG, big boi Mr. B is a CHONK. He is a vowel. He defines the term & # 39; the now viral & # 39; again chatter says.
BeeJay, or Mr. B, 26 pounds cat is ready for adoption at the Morris Animal Shelter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Morris Animal Shelter shared photos of huge feline on Twitter, calling him a & # 39; chonk & # 39; and a & # 39; jumbo package fluff and love & # 39;
& # 39; Can you guess how much he weighs? More importantly, can you give him a home? Adopt this huge package fluff and love. & # 39;
In BeeJay's shared photos & # 39; s, the toddler's cat looks more like a bobcat than a domestic cat.
Twitter users could not help but enjoy the ridiculous size of BeeJay.
A user wrote: & # 39; I can't afford that much lasagna. & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; That's not a cat, it's a toddler in a cat costume. & # 39;
Even the Philadelphia Police Department started the fun and teased BeeJay from being among the best in Philadelphia.
Twitter users, including the Philadelphia Police Department, couldn't help but had to have fun with the toddler-sized cat
The BeeJay tweet received more than 33,000 likes, 10,000 retweets and attention from tons of people who wanted to adopt the cat
BeeJay became so popular that users who wanted to adopt the big boy flooded the Morris Animal Shelter website and crashed in less than 12 hours
Morris Animal Shelter's Twitter post generated more than 33,000 likes and 10,000 retweets, making BeeJay a less important internet celebrity.
In addition to being in the race for & # 39; the world's largest domestic cat, BeeJay and its gigantic size have literally broken the internet.
People who were interested in adopting the cat were flooded the adoption page of Morris Animal Shelter and their website crashed less than 12 hours after the tweet.
Morris Animal Shelter apologized to users for the delay and said & # 39;Mr. B. apologizes for crashing our website. We have our team working to get it back while we talk. Unfortunately they are all cats, so it can take a while. & # 39;
Judging by the massive response, BeeJay will have no problem finding its fur ever.
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