When people (and their cats) are mere feet away from the fridge and a bunker's worth of groceries, quarantine boredom can lead to overeating.
Just take a look at these chonky boys.
Fat Fred is living the chonky dream.
Imgur shared the viral post on Facebook, an image of signs taped to a glass door that shine the spotlight on their glorious chonk -- Fred.
From what it sounds like, Fred is a very good, chonky boy, and sorry everyone, he is not up for adoption.
However, as the bottom sign mentions, smaller models are available!
The popular and continuously growing Facebook group, 'THIS CAT IS C H O N K Y' now has billboards representing the group, and chonks, in NYC, LA, SF, and Chicago!
If you are unfamiliar with this group, and you are a cat lover, it's probably the best page on Facebook ever created. With nearly half a million followers, a page dedicated to chonky cats from all over the world.
This beautiful group of people are constantly sharing their cats, love for cats, and every so often console and grieve along side those who have recently lost their furbaby.
It's more than just another Facebook page, it's support group for all those who love cats and simply love love.
Congrats on the nationwide recognition 'THIS CAT IS C H O N K Y'!
When Facebook user, Ozz Hart, asked the closed Facebook group, 'THIS CAT IS C H O N K Y' (a site dedicated to the beauty that is chonk), "What happens when a nakey cat and a floof (cat) have kittens?" The comment section blew up with some science, facts and best of all -- pics.
When a user asked on the closest Facebook group, 'THIS CAT IS C H O N K Y' for someone to please photoshop this fantastic picture of his furbaby Critter, the internet came through!
Also, according to the original poster and Critter's human, Critter had to go to the vet, as pictured but was completely fine, other than being a confirmed a chonky boi.