This grey and white two-headed feline was born at the Swan Veterinary Clinic in Perth, Western Australia, when its mother was brought in after suffering complications during birth. Veterinarian George Huber and nurse Louisa Burgess assisted the labor. The tiny kitten – smaller than a hand – was one of three born in the litter, but its siblings were not born with any deformities.
The kitten eats out of just one mouth because of a cleft palate, but both its mouths miaow simultaneously. Only about one in a million cats are born with two heads, however the deformity is more common among other animals, especially snakes and turtles.. (Sumber)