In December 2017, a cat in South Africa gave birth to a litter of three kittens. The cat’s owner was shocked when they saw that one of these kittens was born with two faces!

The little kitten had four eyes, two noses, and two months. The rescuer rushed the kitten over to a vet, and the vet told her that the kitten had a condition known as craniofacial duplication. These cats with two faces are also often called ‘Janus cats.’

The vet told the rescuer it would be best to put the kitten down because she had a very low chance of survival. But the rescuer refused to give up on the kitten, and she took her home with her. She named the sweet kitty Bettie Bee. Open Next Page To See More…