Most breeds of domestic cats have five toes on each of their front paws and four toes on each hind paw, for a total of 18 toes altogether. However, there are some cats that are born with more toes on either of their paws as a result of a genetic mutation. These cats are known as polydactyl cats, mitten or thumb cats or Hemingway cats.
and who dosen’t want a monkey?….or a relative of the one?
a “new world monkey” … a tamarin
….but idon’t want just any old tamarin…i want one of these cotton-tail tamarins
……and then the “theys” can breed them!!!
..the lastest in MUST have pets, for the trendiest “setters” …bahhhhhh!
okay ..okay…still too much hair getting on my clothes.
i live in a world of lint rollers……….so in my next life i’m getting a sphynx cat
an orange beardie
but for now…its me and the kitties