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A Hemingway Kitty~~a Pictorial Journal : Animal Anomalies Part 1

Patricia is someone whose life is centered around family. Each day is one more opportunity to show my loved ones how much they mean to me.

Hemingway's cats

Ernest Hemingway was born in Illinois in 1899. He became one of the remarkable writers of the 20th century. His style lead his readers to find themselves involved in a story that would cause them to lose themselves in his work as they turned page after page.

Hemingway like some other writers who have mesmerized us with their writings was plagued by depression and health problems. Finally in 1961 his life ended at his own hand.

In Key West, Florida, the Hemingway home and museum is home to several dozen cats. Hemingway had been given a white, six-toed kitty, it is said, by a ship's captain. He named the kitty Snowball.

Many cats remain on Key West and some are descendants of the original six-toed kitty.

When we visited the Keys and the Museum, we were told that the cats were named by Hemingway after famous people and they try to continue that tradition today.

Polydactyl kitties

The six-toed cats that are found at Hemingway's home and museum are known as polydactyl. They usually have six toes on their front paws and four on their back paws. Not all of the cats display the polydactyl feature but may carry the gene in their DNA.

Most of the cats displaying the trait have extra toes on the front but sometimes have them on their back feet but that is not nearly as common. They have been described by some as appearing to wear gloves; it looks like they have a little thumb. To me their little paws seem like almost like a little baseball glove that is flattened and can be used to bat things around quite well.

My little kitty is a Hemingway kitty. His Momma was a Hemingway kitty.

Anomaly or not, he has already stolen my heart away.

Change came

Unfortunately the house I thought would be my forever home sold recently And once again I was displaced. This time it was HUGE because I was unable to take my beloved Milo kitty and my precious Gretta Lyn pup with me to the new address. I cried new oceans over them but as it turned out they both got good homes.


Truthfully I was at my wit's end as it was the week before the move and my feline and canine family had no homes. My heart was breaking. I got a call from my Stef, my daughter, who told me that she and her family would take Milo at least on a trial basis. They have a dog, Pickles, who I adore and they were just not certain how the two would get along.

Homes for my fuzzy critters

As it turned out, Pickles was the most receptive to a new four-legged creature in his midst. My Milo was not so cordial. He would have nothing to do with Pickles and spent a great deal of time under my grandson Jay's bed. That is where he began his life in the home they lived in when he was a kitten. Gradually he came out and re-stole the hearts of my daughter and the family once again. He still is not best buds with Gretta but he allows him to be in the same room with him!!!

My Gretta-Lyn pup had no home and we were on the final day of the move. I came home with my eldest grandson Jay after taking a load of items to my new abode. There in the yard were my daughter and her friend, Susan. They were talking to Gretta and petting her. When I stepped inside the gate my daughter said:


"Mom, Susan is taking Gretta." I burst into sobs that I had not felt for a long time. I am so delighted that she was re-homed. She lives on a farm and has several canine playmates as well as an abundance of chickens to chase.

Milo at my daughter's home...happy and secure

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Over the Rainbow Bridge

Sadly, our Milo died a few weeks ago. My heart aches for him. I am only thankful he did not have a prolonged, painful death.

Just relaxing and purrrrrrring....

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My Sweet Boy, keeping me company January 2018

Monday, April 25...

Monday, April 25...


As Milo celebrates each new year, he becomes more of a love bucket and more adored by me.

Just wanted to share a few new photos of him.

He is a terrific little feline.

Introducing....Ebony, Milo's Mama

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A pet found me when I was not looking

When I was not really in the market for a new pet, my grandson asked me if I would like to have the baby of his kitty, Ebony. Ebony by the way is solid white as you can see in the photograph.

Ebony has been his kitty for about 3 years now. She is a small kitty, so very soft and cuddly, and a bit mischievous. She was given to my grandson by a friend of the family who had visited the Keys and was able to adopt one of the Hemingway kitties.

Ebby as she is called has six toes on her front paws. Having that extra toe on each paw has not seemed to be a problem for her. As a matter of fact it seems to make it easier for her to bat things around.

When Ebony gave birth her little Milo inherited the extra toes and two of the toes are fused.

Milo Loves to Play ....

What is polydactylism?

Polydactyl or polydactylism has its origin from the Greek polus many + daktulos finger


Polydactylism is a birth defect characterized by extra fingers or toes. Usually, the fingers and toes are just small pieces of extra skin, but there are cases in which the bone structure is intact and the digits are completely functional.

Polydactyl or polydactylism has its origin from the Greek polus= many + daktulos= finger or digit.

Polydactylism occurs in humans as well as animals. It may mean an extra finger or thumb which is not physically harmful to the person. Often however the parents opt to have them removed when the child is very young.

This anomaly occurs also in cats, dogs, pigs, fowl, and some other animals.


Looking adorable at six months...just don't turn on the water

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Animal anomalies

Perhaps you have read about or seen other anomalies in animals. The cow with two heads, the cat with two heads, the dog with an extra leg, the sheep with one eye ---the list goes on and on.


A chicken with a foot where??

Years ago when I lived in Albany, Georgia, with my daughter and grandson, we lived on some acreage in the country. Next door lived a young man who had chickens and a few cows. Our properties were separated by fence which was easy enough for the chickens to maneuver themselves under and come visit.

We had a chihuahua at the time and he loved to run around in the yard chasing butterflies and dragonflies and anything else that moved even slightly.

Every day without fail the chickens came under the fence, not unlike the puppies in the heartwarming book, The Poky Little Puppy by Jeanette Sebring Lowrey. If you have not read that book, be sure to do so. You are never too old to enjoy the story of a Momma's love for her pups.

So back to the chicken and pup tale of mine. Sure enough one Thursday afternoon we were outside watching my grandson play in his pool when the chickens ambled onto the property looking for delicious morsels to fill their tummies.

Our little pup was sitting beside my daughter and me on our porch steps. Soon he spied the chickens and took off. He singled out one and chased around and around the house in hopes he would at last overtake and capture it. That never happened! As fast as the pup was, faster still was the chicken. We were laughing so hard that tears were rolling down our cheeks. It was like a mini-version of the Daytona 500.

After a bit, we walked out into the yard to get a closer look at these two critters engaged in a battle of wills. We both paused and just stared. We were seeing something we could not believe.

Out of the rear end of the chicken our pup was so furiously chasing was a lower part of a leg and a foot!! It did not seem to be causing a problem for the chicken, certainly not in impeding her movement in anyway.

We often wondered after that if that is why the pup was so interested in chasing that particular hen.

When I was growing up we had many chickens and none of them ever had such an anomaly.

sources


http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/catbreed/americanpolydactyl.htm

http://www.hemingwayhome.com/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-16121614

http://www.babymed.com/strange-pregnancies/polydactylism-too-many-fingers-or-toes



© 2013 Patricia Scott

Comments

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on October 03, 2021:

Sorry for delay in responding....not sure why I did not see this. So very sad that a few weeks ago our precious Milo died. It was so very hard for all of us. But we were blessed to have such a wonderful pet in our lives for many years. Angels are headed your way this morning ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on November 14, 2019:

Awww...sweet kitty. NO kitty deserves to be abused. At least she found a bit of respite in your yard and then homes, too. How blessed she was to find your yard and you lovely peeps. Angels are headed your way this early morning which is chilly for us here in FL. ps

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on November 12, 2019:

Our Momma Kitty who showed up and delivered 5 kittens in our front shrubbery at our other home had some of her kittens that had extra toes. We found homes for them and had her spayed. Could never touch her as she had been horribly abused, but she made her home with us for many years. I think that I had told you about her.

FlourishAnyway from USA on August 07, 2017:

Had to come back to get another look at Milo. What a sweetie pie. We have a polydactyl cat named Spanky (or Gunther) who was a walk-up from the neighborhood. He had been feral, but he's very sweet now. He has 28 toes total. The vet and I always seem to find one hiding between another toe that we didn't know about. It's like his little feet just exploded with toes so sometimes we refer to him as "Popcorn Toes." We neutered him so he's the end of the line. Don't need any more!

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on November 26, 2016:

Hi Peggy....Missing one of your felines...I can understand that. I had a Dusty ....and adored her. She left the planet 16 years ago...but she left her footprints on my heart...she was a tiny, feisty kitty who was determined to rule the roost...from day one. Love love loved her. My other kitties have helped fill the hole in my heart though. Milo is a love bunny...and so cute...he thanks me each time I fill his food plate....it is so cute. My outside kitty who is now 14 is as sweet as her name: Honeybee. And my pup who was adopted loves me too...how lucky I am ....love to hear of the precious pets of others, Peggy..thanks for sharing.

Angels once again are on the way ps

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on November 25, 2016:

We are down to only having one cat now since we had to have Dusty put to sleep last year. Peaches is a sweetie. Regular paws...not polydactal. Our dog Skippy and Peaches are pals. We and our pets are all senior citizens...aging together as a family. :) Sending good thoughts and prayers your way!

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on October 24, 2016:

I know...colorfulone....kitties just find a special place in our lives for sure. Each one I have had has given me a new love of this amazing creation.

Hoping all is good with you....Angels are on the way to you this morning ps

Susie Lehto from Minnesota on October 23, 2016:

Patricia, I would love to have a kitty again someday. I love all animals but there is something so special about cats. I sure enjoyed your hub and all that photos.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on December 04, 2015:

Hi Billrrrr

Thanks for stopping to share about the interesting paws of your kitties. Love it that the kitty is so gentle, Milo is too

He uses his little paws to great advantage all of the time.

Angels are on the way to you this morning ps

Bill Russo from Cape Cod on November 26, 2015:

Hello Patricia. I loved reading your article and seeing the photos. I was lucky enough to have had a double pawed kitty who gave birth to a triple pawed cat. They were the most lovable and gentle felines I have ever seen. Fragment (Fraggie for short) would take her triple-paw and cover my nose with it. If you felt her giant paw, you would think that she had been de-clawed. She had not been, but she was so gentle that neither I, nor anyone else in the house, had ever felt her claws, even when she was walking on us. Great work on this hub.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on November 15, 2015:

hi ladyguitarpicker My Milo is a love bucket. He still thinks he is a kitten and snuggles right up on me just like he did when he was. He is a big boy now.

Thank you for stopping to read and get to know a bit about this precious kitty.

Angels are once again on the way to you this morning ps

stella vadakin from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619 on November 14, 2015:

Your cat is so cute and so was the story you told of the pup. I enjoyed the Hemingway museum, he was very interesting. God Bless

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on October 22, 2015:

O yes, I do not think I will ever forget that story. It was so funny to see the pup chasing that poor chicken. Thankfully he never caught it.

Angels are on the way to you this evening, Raymond...Thank you for visiting

Reynold Jay from Saginaw, Michigan on October 22, 2015:

Loved your Albany story. It is great to see all these photos of your kitten. Simply adorable. Lots of fun to view this. Well done, Patricia!!!!!

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on April 13, 2015:

O hi Rebecca

He is my sweet little loving kitty. He still things he is a kitten although he is a teenager now Still just a precious little critter that brightens each day.

Thank you for visiting. Angels are on the way to you this morning ps

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on April 13, 2015:

Cute kitty with six toes. And your photos are excellent, as well as the information about Hemingway's cat.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on February 11, 2015:

He is precious and is great company. I tell him he is my little puppy; I don't think it offends him. He follows me EVERYWHERE ...what a gift he is.

Thank you for visiting, snakesmum

Angels are on the way to you today ps

Snakesmum on February 10, 2015:

You have a beautiful cat - he looks like good company too!

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on January 23, 2015:

Thank you for viewing my Milo. Right now he is crawling all over my computer table fussing because I am not paying enough attention to him. I have read some about your kitties and will be back to read more for sure,

Sherry.

Angels are on the way to you this morning. ps

Ibidii on January 22, 2015:

Great cute photos! I had heard about the polydactyl cats from reading about Hemingway. Milo is so cute on top of the tower with his face sideways on the pink top, so darn cute! We have three cats all the same color like Milo. I wrote a hubs about our three cats. They are not Polydactyl, but they are the same color. Great hubs and photos!

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on June 17, 2014:

Hi Peg

All I can say is that he is a doll and a joy every day. I am so glad my grandson asked me to take him.

How empty my life would be when my grandsons are not visiting if I did not have him.

Angels are on the way to you. ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on June 15, 2014:

How cute is that....these kitties just have a way of stealing our hearts. Milo has certainly stolen mine. He is a love bucket.

Thank you so much for stopping by...

Angels are on the way to you ps

Peg Cole from North Dallas, Texas on June 13, 2014:

Your cat is adorable and those pictures are great. We had a feline visitor recently who became a regular at our house for a while. He looks like your Milo and even has the extra thumbs. My veterinarian was so taken with him that she adopted this cut little stray and named him Dr. Thumbs. He has free range of the Vet clinic and hangs out at her office and even sits in her chair.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on December 19, 2013:

Thanks for visiting again, moonlake.

I adore my Milo. He is all over me this morning as I just returned home after a five week absence while I was on a mini-vaca with my sister who came from Texas to visit.

My grandson took care of him for me which is a good thing as they love each other. He is indeed glad to have his "Momma" home.

He is so cute running and playing...what a joy.

Angels and blessings are on the way to you this morning ps

moonlake from America on December 13, 2013:

He's a beautiful cat. I love the way cats play and how much they care about their Mamas and Papas. Our son just adopted a dog and his name is Milo. Enjoyed your hub voted up.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on August 14, 2013:

How sweet of you, Nell. I am having a great evening!!! Thanks More Angels are on the way ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on August 14, 2013:

How sweet of you, Nell. I am having a great evening!!! Thanks More Angels are on the way ps

Nell Rose from England on August 14, 2013:

And you ps, hope you have a great evening

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on August 14, 2013:

Hi Nell

He is my honey. I just took more pictures of him today. He loves to be photographed and he loves to lie all over his new Momma.

So nice to see you this evening...Angels are on the way to you ps

Nell Rose from England on August 14, 2013:

Aw so cute! I wrote about polydactyly too, its amazing isn't it? whether they have all those toes or not these photos are gorgeous! lol!

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on July 08, 2013:

It is certainly a possibility that it may be a new trend in animals but the polydactyl kitty that my baby is from came from Key West (his Momma did that is) and she was part of the Hemingway kitty clan.

Of course across time Hemingway's era was not really that long ago so emerging new traits in animals could have begun then.

then really lovely thing about my Milo is that he has gotten more precious every day. He loves his Momma (me) and 99% of the time he is nestled somewhere on me or by me or at least within the same room. I have not had an inside kitty for about 20 years so having him is such a lovely experience. He is so interested in exploring playing and living life. I am so glad he came to my house.

Thank you for stopping by

Angels are on the way ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on July 08, 2013:

It is certainly a possibility that it may be a new trend in animals but the polydactyl kitty that my baby is from came from Key West (his Momma did that is) and she was part of the Hemingway kitty clan.

Of course across time Hemingway's era was not really that long ago so emerging new traits in animals could have begun then.

then really lovely thing about my Milo is that he has gotten more precious every day. He loves his Momma (me) and 99% of the time he is nestled somewhere on me or by me or at least within the same room. I have not had an inside kitty for about 20 years so having him is such a lovely experience. He is so interested in exploring playing and living life. I am so glad he came to my house.

Thank you for stopping by

Angels are on the way ps

Bobby from U.K on July 07, 2013:

Your kitty is absolutely adorable in every way possible. I had no idea that animals can experience extra fingers or toes so this was a very interesting read for me.

I had a friend at high school who had an extra toe on each foot but they were also webbed. I think her parents opted out of surgery because it didn't seem to effect her in any way. If she was ever bullied about it she would always tell the bullies where they could stick their insults and that shut them up.

Just an aside thought, I wonder if extra fingers and toes are part of a new evolutionary trait in mammals? I'm sure there's been some research on it but I've never come across any.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 14, 2013:

thanks for visiting DDE

since I wrote this hub, he has become even more special to me. As I am inputting here on HP he is next to my left hand tucked right up next to the laptop!! He is like my little puppy.

I am glad you enjoyed it and hope others will as well. ps

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on May 14, 2013:

A lovely presentation of your cats and so cute, most interesting and useful to any cat lover

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 10, 2013:

Nice to see you this evening, Peggy.

Yes, I imagine not a lot of preventative measures were taken to keep the kitties from repopulating.

My little Milo is a joy. He loves me so. It is so much fun to have a kitten again especially one who has those precious paws.

Angels are on the way :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 10, 2013:

Nice to see you this evening, Peggy.

Yes, I imagine not a lot of preventative measures were taken to keep the kitties from repopulating.

My little Milo is a joy. He loves me so. It is so much fun to have a kitten again especially one who has those precious paws.

Angels are on the way :) ps

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on May 10, 2013:

Our feral cat Mama Kitty had some kittens that had extra toes. Your little kitten is so very cute! Interesting that there are a bunch of cats that have come from Hemingway. Obviously there was not a lot of spaying and neutering! Many votes up and pinning this to my Cats board. I can tell from the photos that your little Milo is brings lots of smiles and joy into your life. Nice!

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 10, 2013:

Good morning rajan jolly

You know I did not know of the extra digits in animals until my grandson got his Ebby. Now I have my very own son of Ebby. He is a doll. It is just like having a new baby child. He is so curious and so loving. What fun it is. Thanks for the stopping by and for the votes. :) ps

Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on May 09, 2013:

I've always admired cats and your Milo looks so adorable. One of my friends had an extra finger on each of his fingers and toes. They did appear odd but he had no difficulty doing his daily work.

Lovely pictures and an interesting read. Voted up and interesting.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 08, 2013:

Hi Fossillady

He is a doll. He uses his little paws to get in so much mischief. What a joy he is. It is so nice to have a baby kitty.

thanks for visiting Angels are on the way :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 08, 2013:

Hi Fossillady

He is a doll. He uses his little paws to get in so much mischief. What a joy he is. It is so nice to have a baby kitty.

thanks for visiting Angels are on the way :) ps

Kathi Mirto from Fennville on May 06, 2013:

Very interesting, you learn something new everyday. Stories about Hemingway always interest me. I can't get over all those paws . . . awe

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 04, 2013:

Hi Pamela

O, You just had to a cat lover!!! They are awesome creatures for so many reasons.

Having a newbie is so much fun. He is so full of mischief and so much.

Angels are on the way. :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 04, 2013:

Hi Pamela

O, You just had to a cat lover!!! They are awesome creatures for so many reasons.

Having a newbie is so much fun. He is so full of mischief and so much.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on May 04, 2013:

I am also a cat lover and have two. I loved all your pictures and the information was very interesting. Sending you angels and God bless.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 04, 2013:

Hi drbj

Yes, it has been so easy to fall in love. I am away this weekend and my grandson has had to listen to call to see how Milo is!!!

It has been love at first sight.

thanks for visiting....

Angels are on the way :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 04, 2013:

Hi drbj

Yes, it has been so easy to fall in love. I am away this weekend and my grandson has had to listen to call to see how Milo is!!!

It has been love at first sight.

thanks for visiting....

Angels are on the way :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 04, 2013:

Thank you Eddy for stopping by to meet by sweet Milo.

I had no idea he would steal my heart away she he has.

Kitty love

Angels are on the way :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 04, 2013:

Thank you Eddy for stopping by to meet by sweet Milo.

I had no idea he would steal my heart away she he has.

Kitty love

Angels are on the way :) ps

drbj and sherry from south Florida on May 04, 2013:

I do not see myself, Patricia, as a 'cat' person - dogs have been my first love. But your exquisite photos of sweet Milo have stolen my heart. He is adorable and I can understand how easy it would be to fall in love with him. Lucky Milo! Lucky you! Enjoy!

Eiddwen from Wales on May 04, 2013:

This is so truly beauitul my friend. Thank you so much for sharing and here's wishing you a great weekend.

Eddy.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 03, 2013:

Thank you, Carol

He is a honey. He has become a special new member of my family It is so much fun to be so adored.

Sending Angels your way this afternoon. :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 03, 2013:

Thank you, Carol

He is a honey. He has become a special new member of my family It is so much fun to be so adored.

Sending Angels your way this afternoon. :) ps

carol stanley from Arizona on May 03, 2013:

Love the photos and I absolutely love all tabbies. We have two.. They have the most beautiful faces. Great hub and lots of fun..As always you did a great job.

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 02, 2013:

Hi Randi

He is such a welcome addition. And it is so much fun for my grandsons both of them when they come to visit. They can still share him with me. Thanks for stopping by.

Angels are on the way to you this afternoon. :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 02, 2013:

Hi Randi

He is such a welcome addition. And it is so much fun for my grandsons both of them when they come to visit. They can still share him with me. Thanks for stopping by.

Angels are on the way to you this afternoon. :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 02, 2013:

Hi LCD writer

The little guy is a honey. He is so busy and truly fits they whole 'curiosity killed the cat' expression. He wants to bat at and touch everything.

I am so glad he came to my house.

Have a lovely afternoon. Angels are on the way :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 02, 2013:

Hi LCD writer

The little guy is a honey. He is so busy and truly fits they whole 'curiosity killed the cat' expression. He wants to bat at and touch everything.

I am so glad he came to my house.

Have a lovely afternoon. Angels are on the way :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 02, 2013:

Hi Bill

Yes, if only they could stay tiny I would love it. I expect Milo to stay small as his Momma is small and so is his daddy; we shall see.

thanks for stopping by this afternoon.

Hoping all is good on your way

Angels are coming your way again today :) ps

Patricia Scott (author) from North Central Florida on May 02, 2013:

Hi Faith

You are so cute. I did not know the poly word either; I knew of the condition but not its true name. I am afraid I will be posting more pics of this cutie. He is a doll.

Angels are on the way...have a lovely weekend. :) It's almost here. ps

Faith Reaper from southern USA on May 02, 2013:

Oh, how cute!!! Your photos are precious. I have never heard of such, well, what it was called.

I loved your pictorial journal here of your kitties. Really love their names too.

Voted up ++++ and sharing

God bless and Angels headed your way as always, Faith Reaper

Randi Benlulu from Mesa, AZ on May 02, 2013:

What a cutie patootie! Milo and his momma are beautiful! Those extra digits are just more kitty to live! Thank you for a great, interesting hub! I never knew about Hemingway's kitties. Thank you got sharing all the fun pics of your beautiful boy! I hope you all are feeling well! Up+ XO Randi

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on May 02, 2013:

I do love kittens, PS, and yours is definitely special. I'm not so sure I have a love affair with cats, but kittens are a hoot. If they could only stay that age then I'd have ten of them. :)

Sending you blessings and a hug this sunny Thursday

bill

L C David from Florida on May 02, 2013:

What the internet is truly for----cute cat pictures! I love these kinds of cats. My parents have one and he is sweet, active and smart.

Your kitten is very cute and seems to be super active as well.

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