A litter of kittens born to a cat in China featured a rather jaw-dropping feline among the bunch: one with two faces.
The animal's incredible condition is believed to have been caused by a rare genetic mutation creating what is known colloquially as a 'Janus cat,' after the Roman god who also sported two faces.
Fortunately, the family who owned the kitten was able to capture a brief piece of footage of the feline showing that the animal possessed two sets of eyes as well as a noise and mouth for each of its two faces.
Although a handful of Janus cats have been known to live relatively long and healthy lives, this particular kitten was not so lucky and sadly passed away after only a few days.
Source: Daily Mail