29-Pound Cat Named Chubbs Puts Garfield To Shame

29-Pound Cat Named Chubbs Puts Garfield To Shame


In some countries, a 29-pound feline is what’s known as a “tiger.”

In America, it’s cute.

One such feline recently arrived at the Humane Society in Pasadena, California as a “stray in desperate need of grooming.” That’s one way to put it. Another way would be to say “stray in desperate need of a nutritionist.”

Meet Chubbs, a 10-year-old Himalayan mix brought in by a good Samaritan currently “living inside staff office space due to his weight which prevents him from fitting into a kennel.”


The good news for cat lovers with bottomless pockets is this guy and his appetite are all yours this Sunday if the Humane Society staff can’t find his owner. I mean, if you’re in desperate need of a million Instagram followers, we’re pretty sure posting photos of Chubbs’ tubby butt online is a hell of a way to get there.

Just start saving those Petco coupons.

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