In other news:
The two-faced cat “Frank and Louie” just turned twelve years the other day. Happy Birthday!
Frank and Louie has craniofacial duplication, an extremely rare congenital condition. The disorder, also known as diprosopia, can cause part or all of an individual’s face to be duplicated on its head.
[..] The life expectancy for a two-faced cat is about four days because they usually suffer from other disorders.
[..] The cat eats on the right side, using Frank’s face, which is connected to his esophagus, while Louie’s nose twitches at the same time, his owner said.