"Pop-eye," a Persian housecat, made famous for killing a four-foot-long black diamond rattlesnake, 1934
- "Pop-eye," a Persian housecat, made famous for killing a four-foot-long black diamond rattlesnake, 1934
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- March 15, 1934
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- Pictured is "Pop-eye," the two-year-old Persian housecat pet of one young Miss Betty Jean Welch, famous for killing a four-foot-long black diamond rattlesnake. The snake invaded Pop-eye's backyard, wherein Pop-eye defended his territory and bravely defeated the reptilian invader.
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