Tubby tabby finds a home
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI- A fat cat called Biscuit who weighs 37 pounds has a new home and a sympathetic shoulder to rub against. An animal shelter says recent news coverage of the tubby cat's plight led to more than 100 requests to adopt him. Biscuit is going to live with Ed and Lisa Pyatt next week, who also adopted another fat cat called Max. The couple says it'll be good for Max to have a buddy. Biscuit is about three-times the weight of a normal cat and will have to be on a strict diet. He was given up by a previous owner who could no longer care for him.
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