Two-Faced Kitten Born In Oregon

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A rare two-faced kitten was just born in Oregon.

The King family in Portland, OR noticed something special about one of the litter of kittens born Wednesday morning, naming the feline “Biscuits & Gravy” and sharing photos on Facebook.

Known as Janus cats, these felines suffer a condition called disprosopus – cranial duplication.  Most die within a day but some Janus cats are able to survive for years.

For now, the Kings say Biscuits & Gravy is doing well and has a healthy appetite.  It’s even capable of eating and meowing at the same time!

Have you ever seen a two-headed animal before?  What would you do if you had two heads?

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