The Six Toes of Hemingway's Cats | GenomeWeb

Author Ernest Hemingway, whose image is that of a "macho big-game hunter and marlin fisherman" and who survived multiple wars, was also a keeper of cats, reports The New York Times. His house, which has become a museum, is home to 50 cats, many of which are polydactyl.

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