Meet the six-fingered cats of Ernest Hemingway

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The house owned by Ernest Hemingway in Key West, Florida is today a museum visited by devotees of the famous American writer.

Most tourists come to see how the Nobel Literature Prize writer lived and worked.

Many also return to visit the six-fingered cats that live in the house and who are the descendants of 'Snowball' a cat which originally belonged to the author himself.

BBC Mundo's Carlos Chirinos reports.

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