Buzz·Posted on 12 Oct 2014An Abandoned Litter Of Extra-Toed Kittens Has Been Rescued In BirminghamA rescue centre is now trying to home the polydactyl kittens.by Robyn WilderBuzzFeed Staff, UKFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink The Cats Protection Birmingham Adoption Centre rescued the eight kittens, along with their mother, in July 2014. SWNS On further inspection, though, they discovered that almost all the kittens had extra toes. SWNS Cats with extra digits are called "polydactyl". Normally cats have five toes on their front paws and four on their hind paws. However, most of the rescued kittens had six or seven toes per paw. SWNS In fact, the entire litter of eight cats has 180 claws between them. SWNS According to the Cats Protection blog, the rescued kittens were also suffering from flu and eye infections, but have since recovered. SWNS And in case you're wondering, a group of cats is called a "clowder". SWNS For more information on the cats or to register an interest in adoption, contact the Cats Protection Birmingham Adoption Centre on 01564 822 020, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.