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Hemingway's Cats Rode Out Hurricane Irma In A Limestone Fortress

Among the residents of Key West, Florida, who opted to stay put and brave the 130 mph winds that ravaged the southeast portion of the United States this weekend were 54 six- and seven-toed cats that call Ernest Hemingway’s former limestone abode home.
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