BeeJay or Mr. B is one hell of a big cat who was looking for a forever home. As soon as Morris Animal Refuge posted BeeJay's pictures for adoption, the internet took it by storm. Mr. B is now a celebrity and is happy at his new foster ( or maybe forever) home.
Pictures of one BIG big kitty were recently posted for adoption by Morris Animal Refuge. As soon as the pictures hit the social media, they got viral and 2-year-old Mr. B got famous overnight. Mr. B or BeeJay is the world's ‘Chonkiest’ Cat who weighs in at an incredible 26 pounds. Morris Animal Refuge didn't know the pictures would get this viral and they would receive thousands of applications for BeeJay's adoption.
Morris Animal Refuge was founded in 1874 and is "America's First Animal Shelter." They recently shared pictures of their big fluffy cat named BeeJay that took the internet by storm. 2-year-old BeeJay or Mr. B is a male Domestic Shorthair and is described as "a BIG cat with a big heart!" by the Morris Animal Refuge's website.
Morris Animal Refuge first tweeted about Mr. B, writing, "OMG, big boi Mr. B is a CHONK. He’s a chonk of a chonk. He redefines the term. Can you guess how much he weighs? More importantly, can you give him a home? Adopt this jumbo-sized package of fluff & love[...] to help this sad-eyed guy find happiness!"
As soon as they tweeted, the pictures went viral. Everybody loved BeeJay, the tweet received tens of thousands of likes, retweets, and comments from BeeJay's admirers.
"He's freaking adorable and has the coloring of my first kitty! Cat face Curious...what does he weigh in at?"
"This cat is amazing and I want to squeeze."
"I mean, can we be 100% sure he's not actually a snow leopard with a dye job? I'm up in Roxborough and I’m kind of surprised I can't hear him stomping around.
They received such an incredible response that they had to post a wonderful update tweet, writing, "Sweet chunky Mr. B’s amazed by the huge outpawing of interest in him - over 3000 applications! He has a foster (maybe forever) home now - but so many other great adoptable cats need you."
BeeJay wants people to adopt his fellow friends as he settles down in his new home.
The Morris Animal Refuge posted the above photo to their Facebook page, writing, "Here’s Mr. B. in his awesome foster home, busy exploring and settling in. He really is one big kitty!"