35 pound cat named Bazooka epic weight loss journey starts first appear on abcnews.go.com
A 35-pound orange orange cat – named Bazooka properly – has come to the distress and with the circumstance at North Carolina shelter this week in preparation for its epic weight loss journey to start.
Bazooka, who came into the shelter from about two hours away in Davidson County, came to the Wake Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals earlier this week and wanted two to carry him in his crate into the shelter.
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The 5-year-old had previously lived with a senior citizen with dementia and the Wake County SPCA believes that the former owner of Bazooka kept the cat forgetting that he was already eating and that the big result was to it.
“They informed us that Bazooka here and when we saw the pictures we would get this package,” SPCA spokesman Darci Vanderslik said.
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Bazooka is receiving medical care and diet recipes from a skilled foster family and experience to this point but the next stop on his journey will come next Monday when he moves into his home forever and will continue want to gain weight.
“It is a weight of 35 pounds for cats,” he said, so we expect we could get 20 pounds, 25 pounds, even lighter. You know, one step at a time, ”Vanderslik said to ABC News ‘WTVD station’.
Wake County SPCA said on their Facebook page: “Because of your support, we are giving a new life to this big boy. He is going to a trained foster family where he will get treatment and he will begin his weight loss journey! ”