It was born with four eyes, two noses, two mouths and two tongues, but it's just one cat. A two-faced female kitten, named Gemini, was born late Sunday night. The kitten is owned by Lee Bluetear of Glide."It's like it's got one head. Up at the front is where it's split," Bluetear said. "Right at the front (the faces) are basically independent."The two mouths appear to flow into one throat, Bluetear said."The vets and I both agreed that she probably has one brain," she added.So far, Gemini is alive and well, much stronger and drinking more milk than its first …
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