Kitty With Big Feet
This beautiful kitty with giant toes and feet was taken in by Panda Paws Rescue. This is her being held by the veterinary staff, showing off her big feet and many toes. That facial expression is simply too cute. Holy TOES! She is now with a good home. Photo by Panda Paws Rescue.
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Bjørn B Svingen, owner of a Skipskatt (a Polydactyl cat) "I have heard people say that these genes came to Norway long ago. The story was that the genes were inherited from Spanish or Portuguese ship cats with this "'disorder'. These cats were supposedly common on ships trading on the Norwegian coastline. They have again become popular, at least in our area, and are plentiful in Trøndelag in mid Norway." As a result, they are also known there as "Skipskatt" (ship-cat).
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Adagio the Adorable Big Foot Kitty
Adagio is a little Hemingway kitty like her brother Amerigo who has 24 toes except one of her paws has 7 digits. She is a shy girl and likes to stay behind her mother Heidi, but slowly she is coming out of her shell and adapting to people around her. Her big paw looks as if it has an extra foot whic...
Cat Facts: Why Do So Many Cats Have Extra Toes? - CatTime
Cats with extra toes are called "polydactyl" cats, and they aren't all that uncommon. In fact, a polydactyl cat even made it to the White House. President Theodore Roosevelt had a cat with extra toes named Slippers. Here's what you should know about felines with extra toes.