Oldest 2-Faced Cat
Most Janus cats don’t live more than a few days. Frankie and Louie have figured out how to share a body and have been thriving since 1999.
Janus cats are cats that are born with a condition known as diprosopus, which causes the animal to form a duplicate of its face while in the womb. The gene responsible for this is called “sonic hedgehog homolog”. Janus cats are named after a Roman god of doorways and transitions, but has 2 faces.
Frankie and Louie is the longest living “Janus” (or 2-faced cat) on record. He has earned his rightful place in the Guinness Book or World Records.