The story of Bettie Bee, a cat born with 2 faces and 3 eyes in South Africa on the 12th of December 2017 is getting global attention.
Born in Eastern Cape, South Africa, Bettie Bee was born alongside two other kittens, but her siblings were normal. It turned out that her double face made it difficult for her to nurse, which meant she was at risk of starving to death as at the time of her birth.
Her owner took it to a nearby cat rescuer who is known for taking in special needs cats. The rescuer, started tube-feeding the kitten. She said she could “feed either mouth, both are functional, both lead to the stomach.”
Because of the kitten’s uniqueness, the rescuer started a Facebook page for Bettie Bee with pictures and updates. The kitten appears to have a condition called craniofacial duplication, or diprosopus.WATCH THIS