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Venus the cat appears to have 2 faces

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"Venus the Amazing Chimera Cat" appears to have two faces because of her distinct fur markings. Facebook photo "Venus the Amazing Chimera Cat" appears to have two faces because of her distinct fur markings. Facebook photo
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An adorable cat with humble beginnings on a North Carolina dairy farm has found fame on the internet.

"Venus the Amazing Chimera Cat" appears to have two faces because of her distinct fur markings.

The left side of Venus' face is black with a green eye, the right side of her face has orange tabby cat markings with a striking blue eye. The two distinct markings meet at the center of Venus' face, making it look like she has two faces.

Venus has more than 211,000 likes on her Facebook fan page and more than 2,700 subscribers on her YouTube channel.

Venus was born the runt of the litter, but that does not mean she can't take care of herself. She's been known to steal food from the family dog, according to her Facebook page.

Venus is also pals with a bunny named Venus the bunny who is also on Facebook and has similar markings.

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