Two-faced Cat, Recognized as Guinness’ ‘Oldest Living Janus’ Cat (Video)

By on Sep 30, 2011 in Animals, Announcement, Science, World Comments

Two faced Cat
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A two-faced cat turned 12 this September and the Guinness Book of World Records‘ recognized it as the ’Oldest Living Janus Cat.’ This was disclosed by international news, this month of September.

Reportedly, the two-faced cat from Worcester was named Frank and Louie because it has two faces. The usual life span of cats with two faces is usually days or weeks only, but Frank and Louie made it to 12 years.

Apparently, Mart Stevens, the owner of the Janus cat, expects it to live longer than 12 years. The occurrence has been perceived by many as miraculous. Reports also said that the cat is ‘cute’ and looks fine.


 
 
Two faced Cat
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