Animals

The Two Faced Cat Frankenlouie

The Two Faced Cat Frankenlouie

Animals
Cat's with two faces are in a group known as Janus cats, named for a Roman god with two faces. Janus cats almost never survive, and most have congenital defects. They usually only live a few days.He had been dropped off at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University by a breeder in September of 1999 to be euthanized, and one of the people who worked there, Marty Stevens,a vet nurse took an interest. At the time, vets told Stevens she could expect the cat to live only a few days. Stevens, however, took a chance. She fed Frankenlouie using tubes in both mouths, soon realizing that only the 'Frank' side was connected to his esophagus. He did, however, eat enough for two. Frank did learn to eat on his own when he was three months old , much to the relief of Stevens ...
Picasso,The Dog No One Wanted

Picasso,The Dog No One Wanted

Animals
No one wanted him because of the way he looks. Picasso was born to a backyard breeder who sold the rest of the litter – and Picasso was left behind,because of his facial abnormality. The backyard breeders left him at the Porterville Animal Shelter in California, where dogs are often euthanised. Picasso soon got reunited with his brother Pablo , as the family who bought his brother from the backyard breeder,decided they didn’t want him anymore. Sadly, Picasso and Pablo were both added to the euthanasia list. And that’s when Luvable Dog Rescue stepped in and saved both dogs. Liesl Wilhardt, executive director of the rescue, ‘I was talking to volunteer Shannon Corbit about the dogs they were receiving and if she had any unusual-looking or special needs dogs. She respond