Say What?!: World’s Oldest Two-Faced Cat Dies

WORCESTER, Massachusetts – Frank and Louie, the two-faced cat that gained worldwide attention as the longest surviving Janus cat, died, his owner said. The Massachusetts cat was 15.

Frank and Louie were lauded as the 2012 Guinness World Record holder as the world’s oldest two-faced cat. He had three eyes, two noses, two mouths, one esophagus and one brain.

Frank and Louie’s owner said the cat was “a little down” around Thanksgiving and was raced to Tuft’s University’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, where he later died.

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