AMITY, Ore. - With four eyes, two mouths, two noses and one little body, the rare two-headed kitten born in Oregon on Tuesday morning is reportedly healthy with everything working in order.
The owner of the amazing kitten, Stephanie Durkee, said the kitten was born at 6:11 a.m. on 6/11, making her another double coincidence, Northwest Cable News reports.
Because the baby named "Deucy" has been rejected by her mother, Durkee said she's feeding formula every two hours with a syringe and keeping her warm with a heating pad and towels inside one of her dresser drawers, according to the report.
Durkee’s vet informed her that cats with two faces, known as “Janus” cats, are unlikely to live past 12 years old but Durkee plans to keep Deucy and wishes her a long life, reported NWCN.
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