Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Magnum - A Personality That is Larger Than Normal


Magnum was brought to the shelter when his owner became too ill to take care of him – what a horrible loss it’s been for both owner & kitty. You see, we believe (and it’s only conjecture) that this cat was named for the famous Detroit Tigers hat wearing, Magnum PI, played by the ever so handsome Tom Sellick. Both are easy going guys with a loyal hearts, a mischievous sort, and really big flirts! And you can't deny the luscious bodies – how about 12 lbs of sturdy yumminess with a knob on the end of his tail that just enhances his rugged good looks. No mustache, but he’s got cute little pink nose, surrounded by a white mask that runs down to a snowy bib. Those stripes that could be simply stunning in an Aloha Shirt of vibrant island colors.

But perhaps you aren’t of the old school TV show admirers. Magnum could also have been named for the rich, creamy, indulgent ice cream – you know, the one advertised for Pleasure Seekers. Or, perhaps he reminded his owner of the Ideal Zombie Gun – the 357 Magnum Colt Python. A weapon with higher than normal stopping power – Magnum’s head bops are sure to stop you in your tracks.

Stop out to meet this ambassador of Cattery #1.

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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