Frank and Louie is a cat who was born with two faces and has earned a spot in the new edition of the Guinness World Records as the longest living Janus cat.
Janus cats, named after the Roman god with two faces, are extremely rare and they usually die as soon as they are born.
The cat’s owner is a Worcester woman named Marty, who adopted Frank and Louie twelve years ago after a local breeder brought him into Tufts Veterinary Clinic to be euthanized when he was a day old.
Frank and Louie has two mouths, two noses and two normal eyes with one larger non-functioning eye in the center, but one brain, so the faces react in unison and not as separate entities.
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