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.
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