Written by Dominic The Brave
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Topics: Cats

Thursday, 6 October 2011

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Imagine This Cat with Two Heads Thats What The Bastard Looked Like

Frank and Louie, the 12 year old Janus cat with two faces has finally been put to sleep.

The cat, who literally did have two faces, was destroyed by a vet in Massachusetts after his Worcester owner tired of his back stabbing.

The feline, who lived a life of luxury, was living a double life, with his two heads, according to owner Marty Stevens.

''He would sneak over to a neighbor's house and get treats, he would also catch their mice, I am sorry, but I make no apologies, Frank and Louie was a two-faced bastard!''

On discovering Frank Louie's treachery Stevens immediately took him to the local vet where he was tortured before being euthanized. According to the vet he was two faced until the end.

''He was purring and rubbing against me, showing no loyalty to his owner but I was not fooled by his friendly act, it was about time this monster paid for his lies, deceit and evilness!''

However Frank and Louie leaves behind a legacy. He was the oldest surviving Janus cat in recorded history (Janus cats, who are born with two heads but only one set of working features usually do not survive longer than 2 months) and would have probably lived longer had it not been for his two-faced, back stabbing, disloyal and frankly low moral lifestyle.

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