And they're loving it!!
About 40 kitty-cats, which many have six-toes, are living large in the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Fla, but you wouldn't believe who's supporting them… YOU and your tax dollars!!!
Apparently, the U.S. Department of Agriculture can administer the cats by building a higher fence and caging the felines at night.
A member of the ASPCA wasn't too thrilled about the kittays' living arrangements and alerted the USDA.
But a representative from the USDA noted that the agency just wants:
"Enclosures be set up so other animals can't enter [the property] and the cats can't get into the street."
But now, the government has cracked down on the museum and agreed to let the USDA regulate the cats. However, details on what actually is going to happen to the felines have not been released.
While the USDA's initiatives are funded by the public (taxes), all living changes for the cats will come from the museum.
Hopefully nothing craaazzzy goes down, because at the end of the day, the kitty-cats aren't hurting anyone, and how much can some dang cat nip cost anyway?!? LOLz
Tags: cats, ernest hemingway home and museum, federal government, florida, freeloading, key west, us department of agriculture