Papi-Chan: Japan’s Fattest Cat

Posted on April 9, 2007

These cats are so big it is amazing. They even have to have a special weigh reducing harness to walk from one part of the house to another.

Garfield move over and meet Papi-chan, a cat that weighs in at 12.5 kilogram (27.55 pounds):

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Sun Tzu has spent about 7 years in Asia traveling through Japan, Hong Kong, China, and Korea. A true fan of everything that is weird and strange, he decides in the end what is displayed and published on this site. Sun has previous experience writing for numerous print mags such as XLR8R, URB, and Movement Magazine.

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11 thoughts on “Papi-Chan: Japan’s Fattest Cat

  1. Miwa

    sugoi sugoi, choo kawaii!
    thank you so much for sharing this, I laughed a lot! and the tireless effort of her “parents”…! wow. I really loved it.
    Doumo arigatou! omoshirokatta, tanoshimasete moraimasita!

  2. Rodrigo

    This animal cruelty, it is as bad as not giving them any food. An overweight animal lives less, has more health problem and cannot exercice, the same as with a person. Does anyone think it is funny to make a child really fat, so fat that sh will live less, will not be able to play and will be miserable. The pets aren’t to meke you laugh, they are here to make you company.

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  4. VictoriaLynnLange

    to be fair, i got the sense that papi-chan’s owner is desperately trying to help her lose weight but since papi-chan is, well, a cat, it’s like trying to get a teapublican to listen to reason: it’s futile


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