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'Roughly the size of a barge:' Jacksonville Humane Society finds forever home for 30-pound cat

Please don't call him fat. He's just big-boned.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Humane Society has found a forever home for one of its adoptable cats, named Seven.

Please don't call him fat. He's just big-boned.

Credit: The Jacksonville Humane Society
Seven the cat.

The organization says Seven is 30 pounds of pure love. The Humane Society made a Facebook post trying to find this loveable fuzzball a new home to help him slim down with help from a veterinarian. 

Someone ended up adopting him several hours later.

"He's roughly the size of a barge!....This beef cookie is waiting for you in Group Room 2 at JHS, 8464 Beach Blvd., where you might find another chonky cat or two," said the Jacksonville Humane Society previously posted on Facebook.

The Humane Society also posted a side-by-side photo comparison of the veterinary technicians' 15-pound-son versus Seven. 

Credit: Jacksonville Humane Society
Comparison of baby versus Seven.

While chubby cats may seem cute, they are more prone to arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, skin disease, fatty liver, urinary issues, and anesthesia complications.

For more information about the Jacksonville Humane Society click here.

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