Cats of Ernest Hemingway's Key West home are safe and sound after Hurricane Irma
Ernest Hemingway’s historic home on Key West, its employees and its famous 54 cats are all safe after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys early Sunday morning, the home’s executive director told MSNBC.
via Ann Marie Hoff
Dave Gonzales of the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum told the network’s Ali Velshi that the house weathered the storm with little damage and that all its six- and seven-toed cats are OK!
"We have 10 employees on staff who will be staying here for 24 hours a day," Gonzalez said. "We're stocked up on food, water, supplies and medication for the cats."
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