Meet Yeti: The Extraordinary Highland Lynx Cat with Unique Paws and Ears

 

Polydactyl cats have a unique charm that cat enthusiasts can’t resist. Who wouldn’t swoon over kitties with extra toes on their paws? Yeti, a ginger tabby with curly ears, is a perfect example of a curly-eared cutie with toes for days. Although born in April 2021, he’s not yet done growing as his breed is known to be substantial. These gentle giants of the cat world are beloved for their curly ears, short tails, and affectionate personalities. With all of these traits plus extra toes, Yeti is a irresistible feline that any cat lover would find enthralling!

Real Yeti Cat

 

Real Yeti Cat

What sets Yeti apart from other pets is his unique name, which was inspired by the mythological creature known as the Yeti. This abominable snowman is famous for its huge size, white fur, and Bigfoot-like appearance. Yeti, on the other hand, is a confident, highly intelligent, sweet, cuddly, and mischievous pet who loves causing trouble every now and then. Despite being the center of attention at home, he shares his living space with an older tabby cat named Mac and a crested gecko named Sniper, whom he enjoys watching in her habitat. When it comes to hobbies, Yeti has many favorites, but his owners haven’t been able to identify a clear winner yet.

Real Yeti Cat

Real Yeti Cat

 

Do you want to learn something unique about Yeti? Well, Yeti is a Highland Lynx breed, and he is also a polydactyl cat, which means he has 23 toes! Additionally, Yeti’s ears curl backward, and he has a small nub for a tail. Moreover, he is a large breed and will weigh over 20 pounds when fully grown. I would like to express my gratitude to Yeti’s owner, Kelly, who allowed me to share his photos and story with all of the Cattitude Daily readers. If you want to see more of this adorable cat with toes galore, make sure to follow him on Instagram.

Real Yeti Cat

Real Yeti Cat

What activities does he enjoy? His preferred pastimes include playing with his toys, scampering around the house at high speed, observing the feathered friends and furry critters outside through the window, and taking a well-deserved snooze after a busy day.

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