Show some love to your adopted pet with the Imagine This Company "Who Rescued Who?" Magnet. An adorable way to express your gratitude while on the road, this magnet is a great alternative to bumper stickers because it won’t leave any sticky residue—and you can transfer it from car to car so that everyone in the house can have a turn. The high-gloss UV ink will stand up to rain and shine, and it can actually stick to any magnetic surface. Get one for your mailbox or refrigerator so there’s never any doubt just how much you care. It also makes an excellent gift for the fellow pet parents in your life!
Magnet comes in a paw shape with the words “Who Rescued Who?”
Also sticks to all other magnetic surfaces, including mailboxes, refrigerators and filing cabinets.
Great alternative to bumper stickers; won’t leave a residue and can transfer from car to car.
Measures 5.5-inches high by 5.5-inches long so it can be easily spotted.
Designed and manufactured in the USA in Richmond, Virginia with a weather-friendly, high-gloss UV ink.
Before affixing magnetic sheet to a metal surface, be sure all surface paints, clear coats and waxes are cured (Approximate curing times: paint 90 days; clear coat 60 days; wax 2 days).
Clean the metallic surface and the magnet with mild detergent.
Wipe with a soft cloth or allow to dry.
Applying Flexible Magnets:
If possible, affix to smooth, flat or gently curved metallic surfaces.
Make sure the entire magnet is flat against the metal surface (i.e. no air pockets).
If you place the magnet in the wrong position, completely remove the magnet from the surface and re-affix. Do not pull the magnet across the surface or it may stretch due to resistance caused by the high magnetic strength.
Avoid use on horizontal metal surfaces exposed to direct sunlight (such as automobile hoods) or temperatures exceeding 150 F (66 C).
Be aware that long-term use on surfaces frequently exposed to sunlight (such as vehicles) can result in uneven fading of the surface because the magnet-covered area is shielded from ultraviolet rays.
Cleaning Flexible Magnets:
To guard against moisture and dirt buildup between the magnet and the metal surface (particularly on outdoor applications), remove the magnet at regular intervals. Clean both the magnet and metal surface with mild detergent; wipe with a soft cloth or allow to air-dry. (For vehicle-mounted signs, remove and clean weekly).
To protect fresh clear coat, base coat and/or vinyl surfaces on new cars and trucks, remove magnetic signs daily.
very nice magnet chewy always has great prices, give returns to shelters, great selections
Magnet for Car
on Jun 25, 2021
I ended up getting the pink magnet...looks perfect on my black car !!! Love it...
Do I Need to Wonder?
on Apr 27, 2021
Feeling so great whenever I look at this on my fridge as had lost a pet and now have a new one which has changed my outlook on life so amazingly.
Just as advertised
on Jul 12, 2021
No problem - Item arrived on time and magnet works well
on Jan 14, 2021
I strongly encourage you to correct the grammar to read "Who rescued whom?" "who" is a subject (doing the action); "whom" is an object receiving the action. Example: "Rachel rescued HIM" is correct. "Rachel rescued HE" is definitely incorrect.
on Apr 1, 2021
The size is spot on and worth the price, glad I purchased it.
This is huge!
on Jan 16, 2021
This thing is huge! It's cool but wished it was just a little smaller.
Rescue dog recognition
on Dec 28, 2019
One of several magnets that I purchased for myself and family during the Christmas Holidays. A perfect expression of how much I love my Girly dogs - Babe, Rummy and Maggie.
Shipped broken twice
on Mar 10, 2020
shipped broken, reshipped and is also broken so i'll be giving up on it.
on Nov 10, 2019
I've always wanted magnets for my car, but the two I've tried just weren't strong enough and fell off while I was driving. This order was my last try - and it's been a success! This is a great, strong, "bright" magnet. It's very clear and well-manufactured. Anyone who has a rescued animal really needs something, anything, that says "Who rescued who?" because I know Leeta (my precious kitty) rescued me, for sure, 100%.