By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — BeeJay — Philadelphia’s internet-famed 26-pound cat — is close to finding a new home. Mr. B’s adoption is down to a “handful of potential adopters” and it should be finalized by early this week, the Morris Animal Refuse says.

In a Facebook post on Saturday night, the animal shelter provided the update on Mr. B’s adoption while showing their gratitude for the support they’ve received.

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“We want to thank everyone for the tremendous outpouring of support of Mr. B and the lifesaving work we do here at Morris Animal Refuge,” the shelter wrote. “We have gotten it narrowed down to a handful of potential adopters that we think can give him the perfect home. His adoption should be finalized early this week!”

The Morris Animal Refuge’s social media post announcing that 2-year-old Mr. B was seeking a “fur-ever” home quickly went viral and temporarily crashed the shelter’s website.

Mr. B is described by the shelter as a “jumbo-sized package of fluff & love.”

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Meanwhile, the Morris Animal Refuge shared on Twitter on Sunday how Mr. B is enjoying his weekend.

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