Dee Crumpler, director of the Tallahassee-Leon County Animal Shelter, says, "This is the largest cat to ever come into the facility at a whopping 32 pounds."
The shelter says “Mow Mow” will be getting a physical to find out exactly what the cause is for the high weight, but a thyroid problem is suspected.
In the meantime, the animal shelter is hoping someone will help and adopt this de-clawed cat that has so much to give!
Nikki Kimmel says, "She is a spayed female. She was turned into us by her owner who was very upset. Everybody just fell in love with her and feel sorry for her, so we're doing everything we can to find her a good home."
And if you're still not impressed and need more incentive to head down to TLC Animal Shelter so you can adopt the 32 pound cat. We all know cats are self cleaners, but Mow Mow takes it to another level. She likes to floss.
The shelter says the average weight of a cat is somewhere between 10 to 14 pounds. The shelter is located on Easterwood Drive in Tallahassee. If you want to help, call 891-2950.
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