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MITTENS, A Hemingway Cat ( Six Toed Cat)

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Published on Apr 4, 2012

The trait for polydact comes from a dominant gene, and only a polydactyl cat can parent another polydact.
polydacts have six or more toes on the front feet, and sometimes an extra toe on the rear it is easy to understand why they are sometimes called "Mitten Cats, their paws look like they are wearing mittens
Ernest Hemingway was an avid cat-lover, and his first cat was a polydactyl, Today, about 60 cats, many are polydactyl make their home in the Ernest Hemingway Museum and Home, in Key West, protected by the terms of his will. because these cats are so well known, polydactyls are often referred to as Hemingway Cats.
To convert cat age to human age, the accepted method is to add 15 years for the 1st. year of life, Then add 10 years for the 2nd. year of life.The main reason is that cats mature quickly in the first couple of years. After that, add 4 years for every cat year. This means that by year two, your cat is already a 25 year old human. © 2012- Dianne Campbell. All rights reserved

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