Frank and Louie
Frank and Louie is one cool cat, born in Massachusetts 12 years ago with separate faces and given little chance of surviving beyond a few hours. He actually set the record for longest-living Janus cat -- named for the Roman god with two faces -- back in 2006, when he lived in Ohio.

He has two mouths, two noses and two normal eyes. Between them is a larger, non-functioning eye, which "was the first eye to open up when he was two days old so I had a little Cyclops for a while," said his owner, Marty Stevens, who has owned him since a breeder brought him to Tufts Veterinary Clinic to be euthanized when he was a day old, the T&G writes. She was a veterinary nurse at Tufts at the time and offered to take him home.

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