I just read that too. What a great thing that Daniel's polydactyl toes got them so much attention! And what genius, to have had a shelter adoption site in a mall. It's too bad they have to relocate elsewhere, but that really was genius.
Does anyone else have animal adoption sites in their mall?
the only problem with malls is the high rent, I think if rescue groups did more events in places like this they might have better luck than just using the pet-places.. my neighbors did take advantage of the 5.00 per cat adoption special the local rescue group is running (two cats now have a nice home nextdoor) the special didn't apply to kittens..
pic 1. "trust me all these toes are lucky"
pic 2. "they can be alot fun too"
I came across a comment that suggests polydactylism in cats is an evolutionary move to developing thumbs. Would thumbs be of use to cats? Would they be able use a knife and fork to eat, or would we need to develop special cutlery for them?