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Thread: the two-faced cat

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    Senior Member hannajo's Avatar
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    No, I'm not criticizing this cat. He actually has two faces. Even more amazing, he has lived twelve years with this condition, while the vast majority of these cats don't live more than a few days. Here's the link to see pictures and more info:

    http://news.yahoo.com/mass-cat-2-fac...131909351.html

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    Super Member quiltsRfun's Avatar
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    He's actually quite pretty. High five to Marty for rescuing him.

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    Super Member ptquilts's Avatar
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    I think it is cool that he has 2 names!!

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    That's amazing!

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    So special!!

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    Saw this today online and it's too freaky for me. I don't think I could have him around everyday! Would always wonder which eye was looking at me!LOL

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    This cat made the local news here. Wow! And he can live to be 20 years old. woww.

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    Super Member feline fanatic's Avatar
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    I am so torn. I am a total cat lover and Ragdolls are one of my preferred breeds, I have two of them. But I'm not entirely convinced not euthanizing him was the right thing. I give credit to the woman who decided to try and save him and I guess because he has lived a good healthy life it was meant to be. It is very disturbing to see him though, especially when it hits so close to home that one of mine is the same breed and also a blue point. The cat was obviously not happy about the camara though with all that growling. You have to wonder if the cat is in pain or not.

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    I think it is great that he found someone to love him and give him a chance. It is a good example of how we need to look past physical appearances, animals or humans.

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    Amazing

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