Attention animoe expert Beth!! You Are Abusing Charlie Chunk... Obese New Jersey cat abandoned by owners tips scales at 33 pounds .. MICHAEL EIN/AP Sprinkles, a 33-pound cat was found in a foreclosed home in Sea Isle City N.J. on April 20. Say hello to one of the fattest of fat cats you're probably likely to see. In fact, the word "obese" is probably a more accurate descriptor for Sprinkles. The rotund creature, who weighs more than three times her average weight, was recently delivered to a shelter in sounthern New Jersey and is now set to begin the long, daunting process of changing her lifestyle. Cape May County sheriff officers found the 4-year-old animal inside a foreclosed home, said Mary Devery, a board member with the S.O.S. Sea Isle City Cats Inc. The group, which serves as a transition facility to help cats get adopted, does not have information on the owners or why Sprinkles was able to get so large. A cat her size should weigh between 9 and 10 pounds, Devery told the Daily News. We're all old ladies here. We couldn't lift her. "She has the paws of a 9-pound cat and the body of a 33-pound cat," she said. Stacy Jones Olandt, a volunteer at S.O.S. told the Press of Atlantic City Sprinkles' condition is equivalent to a 600 or 700 pound human who should weigh 180 pounds. Just bringing the feline to the agency was a tall task as Devery had to ask her 23-year-old son to carry the feline up the stairs. "We're all old ladies here," she said. "We couldn't lift her." MICHAEL EIN/AP Cat rescuer Stacy Olandt, of the S.O.S. Sea Isle Cats, Inc. in Sea Isle City. is now caring for the 4-year-old animal who is more than three times her target weight. Sprinkles was a little standoffish at first and barely moved but now she seems to be adapting well to her new home. Devery said she is walking round and is friendly to everyone, but because of her girth is unable to climb stairs. Her size also prohibited her from properly grooming herself and Sprinkles entered with infections and a flea infestation. "She's doing great. She's moving around and she's as friendly as can be," Devery said. "She's purring a lot. She's a very happy girl." Sprinkles is now on a new eating plan but there won't be any crash diet. "The vet doesn't want her to lose weight too fast because it could affect her kidneys, and cause other problems," she said. A lot of people want to come by and see her. She is quite amazing. She is getting four small cans of Fancy Feast Classic food a day, and the plan is for her to lose a pound a month. That means it could take a full two years before she is down to her target weight. And in the meantime Sprinkles has become a celebrity in the small shore town. "There is a lot of curiosity," she said. "A lot of people want to come by and see her. She is quite amazing." There have been other animals of Sprinkles' plus size found at shelters including Buddha, a 31.4-pound cat who arrived at a Tennessee facility in 2013 and Meatball, a 36 pound feline discovered in Arizona in January, 2014. But the agency hopes that if Sprinkles gets a handle on her weight now she can live a long life.