It's official, Prince Chunk, the stray, overweight cat found in New Jersey, has found a home.After pulling at heartstrings across the nation, the 10-year-old cat, who was abandoned when his owner lost her home to foreclosure, has been adopted.The cat was also found to be totally healthy. After being thoroughly evaluated, it was found that Prince Chunk did not have a thyroid condition, he is just simply overweight. The vet has however prescribed a high-protein, low-carb diet to the fat feline...Read Full Story
It turns out Princess Chunk , the loveable 44-pound cat that has captured the hearts of a nation, is not a princess after all. The cat, who was found wandering a parking lot in Voorhees, New Jersey last Saturday, apparently had some male junk, understandably hidden by all his fat.The cat was outed, in a most embarrassing fashion, on national television today. He appeared on Live with Regis and Kelly with his current foster mother, Deborah Wright. Wright said she wasn't sure of the cat's...Read Full Story
The 44-pound cat found wandering around a Voorhees, New Jersey apartment complex on Friday, remains homeless.Nicknamed Captain Chunk, by the employees at the Camden County Animal Shelter, the feline's name was quickly changed to Princess Chunk once everyone realized the captain, was a girl.The shelter is searching for the cat's owners, but so far, no one has come looking for the large cat. She's currently being kept at a "foster" home, and her foster mom, Deborah Wright, has taken to calling...Read Full Story
Princess Chunk is a 44 lb stray cat discovering waddling in Voorhees, New Jersey.