This Looks Like An Ordinary Cat, But Wait Until He Turns His Head…

Marty Stevens was working at the veterinary school at Tufts University in 1999 when one day someone brought in a unique animal. It was a kitten, scheduled to be euthanized on that day. Why? The cat had a congenital disorder, resulting in duplicate eyes, noses, and mouths – that’s right, the cat had two faces that shared one brain.

Marty aptly named the cat Frank and Louie – a name for each face. She explains that Frank does most of the eating while Louie is just along for the ride, as she is without a bottom jaw and an esophagus. Though the cat is odd in appearance, it still acts like a normal feline.

Marty Stevens


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