Boston Globe: Worcester woman’s two-faced cats makes the record booksTwo-faced and two-headed cats generally live for days or weeks at the most. "Frank and Louie"—one cat, two faces—is twelve years old now, and is doing just fine. (Other than being not entirely pleasant to look at.) Twan van Laarhoven: Finding rectanglesSolving problems like this is […]
This is the mother of the two kittens we’re fostering. She’ll need a home in a week’s time. The black and white kitten is growing a lot faster than the gray one — it appears this two-kitten litter has a runt.