Hemingway’s 6-Toed Cats Survive Hurricane Irma

Hemingway’s 6-Toed Cats Survive Hurricane Irma

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As the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Irma becomes clear, we can rest easy with the knowledge that the colony of six-toed cats residing at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum on Key West are all safe and sound.    There is power in the extra toe /  Image Via Karin Brulliard / The Washington Post   The fifty-four six-toed felines and their ten human minders rode out the storm inside the home Hemingway lived in in the 1930s. The home is now a museum, and curator David Gonzalez told MSNBC, “The cats are accustomed to our voices and our …