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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?
 

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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"
 

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The mall I live nearest to (60 miles away) has a place in the Gizzy Lou Store ( Pet supply store) for animal shelter pets. I think its a great idea!!!
 

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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?

Nice cat. I hope the shelter gets a nice place.
 

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I won't ever let yeti see this
 
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