‘Pancake' the 22-Pound Pomona Cat Finds a Home

A 22-pound previously injured cat was just adopted from the Inland Humane Society.

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Grab your tissues because a 22-pound cat named Pancake was just adopted at the Inland Valley Humane Society.

Jennifer Dolge saw Pancake on an NBC4 broadcast and wanted to adopt her.

"I saw Pancake this morning on Channel 4 News, and I drove one hour to pick her up and she is going home with me," Dolge said.

Pancake, who is 7 years old, came in as an injured stray, and is the heaviest cat the shelter has ever seen.

"Even though she's heavy, she is still full of love and ready to make a great companion for someone," said Giovanni Cortez of the Inland Humane Society.

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