Like Other kittens, Duo loves to play, Chow down, and quickly around the house.
Unlike most kittens, Duo happens to have two faces.
The kitten is born with a rare condition called diprosopus or duplicated craniofacial, which means he has one head, two mouths, two noses, and four eyes.
California veterinarian Dr. Ralph Tran adopted the cat when he was just a few weeks old, fed him with tubes and a syringe until he learned to eat himself.
“Improving Duo has become a very valuable experience, and at the same time, very challenging, ” “Tran told InsideEdition.com.
Now four months, Duo has made tremendous progress since then, including his own meal with both of his mouths.
“As soon as he saw his food bowl, he ran there and started snoring all the time he ate,” Tran said.
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He also likes to play with another cat Tran and begs for a fair share of cat-like head strokes.
“He learned to play with toys, play with cats and interact with me,” said Tran. “At night, I’m going to let it run around and play with another cat, and he always comes along and follows me and waits for me to pet and rubs his face and gives him a scratch. ”
The Duo will likely have to have surgery in his middle eye and still be much smaller than the other kittens of his age. However, despite the challenges he was presented with, he continued to walk.
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“He may have a disability, he may have a challenge, but he loves life, he loves to play, he takes whatever he is thrown at and makes the best of it,” said Tran.
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