Two-faced pussy

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Some lucky wee devils in Oregon have found themselves a super rare two-faced cat.

Stephanie Durkee’s kids found the kitten, which she is now hand-rearing as its natural mother abandoned it. The kitten is the result of a congenital disorder known as craniofacial duplication, where the face is duplicated on one head. The condition is caused by the presence of a protein which is humorously called the sonic hedgehog homolog. Two-faced cats are also known as Janus cats, after the two-faced Roman god. Currently the oldest living Janus cat is 12-years-old.

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