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October 14, 2005


The incredible part is, somebody wrote this story without using the phrase "Cat got your tongue?"

(Thanks to rita from the blog)


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A first in a new standard of feline journalism.

Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.

You bet I will.

Imagine the hairballs this cat gets.

hmmm... seems there should be a comment about two tongues and a pu$$y in here somewhere...

I'm trying to figure out why you would name a two-tongued cat "five toes" - don't all cats have five toes?

TCK: four plus a useless thing up on their leg.

For all I know, our cat has eleven tongues. If you know what's going on inside your cat's mouth, I say you have an unhealthy relationship with your cat.

This cat's case was examined some time ago on Messybeast.com, which is a good, and well-written source on Feline medical curiousities. There are some better pictures of Five Toes (most cats only have four toes on their back paws), as well as an explanation of how the tongues work at http://www.messybeast.com/freak-face.htm

OK, I have to ask:

Do the mice take a licking?

(With little sense of taste, obviously)

Why hasn't anyone made the obvious conclusion that this cat swallowed a snake yet?

Probably that two headed one...?

Marzipan - interesting site.
Warning to everyone: Not For The Squeamish!!

5 toes: friend of mine had a five-toed cat who would lay in the rocking chair and noisily suck his 'thumb.'

a black cat with two tongues? I think a better name would be 'Damien'!

For a moment I thought it was a Central Florida story and was supremely worried that the power plant was leaking.

That's just (L)icky.

Do the mice take a licking?

Yes - and they keep on ticking.

Ok, I have to ask...



"Hey! This cat has two tongues! I think I'll name it...Five Toes!"



I like this sentance: "The cat... was born with two tongues and five toes on each paw." But why no pictures of the tongues on the paws?

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