Thursday, September 29, 2011
Why, You Two-Faced…
I am sure that you, like many people around the world, did a double-take when images of Frank and Louie hit the airwaves today. The exotic cat who has two faces was entered into the Guinness World Record for being the longest-living member of a rare breed known as Janus cats.
At age 12, Frank and Louie is a senior citizen. He may not carry an AARP card, but think about only a few of his many benefits:
Three eyes for scoping female felines!
Two noses for smelling and sniffing sardines!
Two mouths for eating treats!
The New York Daily News refers to Frank and Louie as a “creepy kitty,” an oddity, whereas I would bet on this cat as the odds-on favorite to win every Cat Lady’s heart.
Query of the Day: Have you ever seen a two-faced cat?