Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Marino, The Seductive Cat 'O The Sea


This luscious bit of furry handsomeness is named Marino, the suave and debonair man-about-town kitty in Cattery #3! Only 9 months old and he’s already figured out how to hypnotize the women with his understated good looks and silky smooth charm. His very nature leads one to believe that he comes from an ancient, romantic heritage– after all, his name means “of the sea” in Latin and what is more romantic than the briny blue?

Perhaps Marino has a bit of sea roving pirate in his blood that is keeping him from finding his one true love. One can definitely picture him at the helm, steering a ship through the waves of an ocean storm, dodging the law (after all, he did come to us through Animal Control!), and finally submitting to the lures of a coastal town maiden.

Not that Marino will settle for just any Jezebel, no, this guy is holding out for a posh, elegant setting to lay his head down, one of refinement and gentility. Or perhaps a home with a big family of boisterous Italian’s arguing about the best meatball recipe. He’s that versatile! Does your home fit somewhere in between? Stop out & meet this great cat, see if there’s a special spot in your home for a cat-mariner.

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