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The fat cats are taking over, and we're not talking about Wall Street. Last week it was 40-pound newcomer Garfield, and now, according to New York Post, there is a new big kitty in town: 30-pound SpongeBob. The plump pussycat is currently residing at the Animal Haven shelter in New York City, where workers say the tabby is having a hard time finding a home. Animal Haven's associate director, Kendra Mara, believes that people are intimidated by SpongeBob's size, and think he will be harder to handle and less sociable. RELATED: Remembering Meow the 39-Pound Cat Mara reassures prospective adopters that SpongeBob is just as cuddly and playful as cats half his size. He grew to 30 pounds be...

While the nation still mourns Meow, the 39-pound New Mexico cat who recently passed away, a new overweight cat named Garfield seems destined to capture our fat-cat-loving hearts. Much like his cartoon namesake, Garfield may be guilty of partaking in too much lasagna. The tubby orange tabby was taken in by the North Shore Animal League on Thursday and weighed in at almost 40 pounds. He is a virtual doppelganger of Meow, but hopefully he will find a happier fate. Garfield was rescued locally in New York City yesterday after his caregiver d...

Meow, the 39-pound cat from the Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society, has passed away. After appearing in national news and on the shelter's Facebook page, Meow captured the hearts of thousands. With his unforgettably cute face and easy-going demeanor, Meow was more than just an adorable cat; he was a messenger about the dangers of pet obesity. His quest to lose weight and find a home encouraged animal lovers to help their own overweight pets and consider adoption. RELATED: Overweight Shelter Cat Weighs Almost 40 Pounds Mary Martin of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter released this death announcement to Meow's fans on Facebook: Dear Friends, I am devastated to share with you that the res...

Anderson Cooper, who has quickly become the go-to source for celebrity cat sit-downs (he's also featured Willow the Colorado kitty who turned up in NYC, and a Persian with a penchant for the pool), had a very special guest on his daytime talk show today: Meow, the now infamous 39-pound cat (now down to 35.7 lbs), who made headlines last week when he showed up at a Santa Fe animal shelter. The two-year-old cat, whose size has been compared to that of a 600 lb. man, was surrendered after his 87-year-old owner was no longer able to care for him. RELATED: Cee Lo Green and Purrfect the Cat Remix The Iconic Meow Mix Jingle For Charity "Oh my lord, I don't want to say it loud, but... it's l...

Flickr/ClintJCL Hey, cats love the great outdoors, as long as there's somewhere warm and soft to lay. Preferably indoors....

Cats aren't known for being as excitable as their canine counterparts, but this kitten takes disinterested to a whole new level. As she lazily paws around her cage and looks at the camera with irritation, her strange meow sounds as if she's dismissing everything with an indignant "meh."...