Weirdest Cats

Check Out the Weirdest and Most Bizarre Cats Ever Seen

 Among the weirdest cats, we found some really amazing cats like Venus the Chimera Cat with two very different faces, but also even more weird cats from around the world. Let’s have a look at some cool videos and pictures of the world’s weirdest cats.

1. Venus the two-faced chimera cat:

Meet Venus, a cat who it literally two faced. At first sight, you might say that the pictures are photoshopped, but we’re here to tell you that this weird kitty actually exists in real life, and we even have the video to prove it.

In the picture above you can see Venus when he was just a lil’ kitten… This odd cat is known as a chimera cat due to it’s weird genetic composition: her genes are composed of two or more different populations of genetically distinct cells that originated from different zygotes, hence her weird appearance. She has two faces perfectly divided down the middle of her face.

Thanks to her weird appearance, Venus has quickly taken over the internet (or shall we say, the world). She also has to different eye colors: her right eye is green, while her left is blue. The colors are in accordance with her face: which is half black with one green eye and half calico with one blue eye.

And below you can see a few videos of the amazing and weird two-faced cat: Venus:

2. Weird Looking Cats:

This cat was seen and photographed in south-eastern Yemen, on a construction site. The bizarre looking cat is larger than a normal domestic cat, it has a short, bobbed tail, and strange, tatty little ears which can either be due to illness or just damaged by the cat’s adventures.

And below is another odd looking cat:

3. Lil Bub – the strangely deformed but cute cat

Despite being a little deformed, Bub enjoys life to the fullest. He is a permanent kitten-size cat, and even tho he looks strange, he fills up his owners’ house with joy. See more pictures and videos of him below.

4. Oldest Two-Faced Cat Still Alive: Frank and Louie:

Frank and Louie are the “longest surviving Janus cat”, meaning a cat with two faces literally! In medical terms, the two-faced feline suffers from a rare congenital condition called cranio-facial duplication, or diprosopia, which causes one part or all of an individual’s face to be duplicated on its head. Read more about this weird cat by clicking here.

See more of the world’s weirdest cats on page 2:

Written with love and coolness by on October 24, 2012 in Weird Stuff
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