Amazing Two Headed Kitten
Veterinary staff were surprised to deliver a seemingly healthy two headed kitten in their offices in Perth, Western Australia. Only one in a million births results in a deformity of this type and the animals rarely survive. Polycephaly (having more than one head)is more commonly seen in snakes and reptiles and is thought to be due to something going wrong in the early stages of pregnancy.
Unlike his two littermates this kitten was born with two mouths although due to having a cleft palate he can only eat with one. Originally not expected to survive he now seems to be doing well, although he will continue to be closely monitored.
He can meow and purrs just like his littermates, although he can meow through both mouths at the same time!
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