Extremely rare two-headed calf born in Kentucky

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TAYLOR COUNTY, Ky. - They say two heads are better than one, and that's why one lucky little calf has folks in Kentucky doing a double-take!

"I love you, lucky!" the calf's little 5-year-old owner proclaimed.

Yep, meet "Lucky" from Kentucky.

"I saw two noses. I thought it was twins," farmer Stan McCubbin recalled. "And then when I saw her, I was just completely blown away."

Stan's wife, Brandy, was also surprised by her husband's reaction. "He was just like I've got a two-headed calf, so I was like in shock."

"She has two heads, but I'm okay with that," little Kenley McCubbin declared.

The amazing little calf seems to be okay with the name she earned.

"I said she was lucky to live and our little five year old, Kenley, said that's her name — 'Lucky,'" Brandy shared. "She is lucky, and we're blessed to have this happen on our farm."

But while the calf is lucky to be alive, she has her share of setbacks.

For one thing, two of lucky's four eyes don't blink or function.

And when she stands up, she walks in circles but eventually falls down.

When Lucky gets fed in one mouth, both mouths actually move!

Despite her struggles, though, Lucky seems to be healthy — and her owners just hope her luck doesn't run out.

"It's something I've never seen before, and I think it's amazing," Stan remarked. "I think it's something these kids will get to remember forever."