Louisa Burgess, a veterinary nurse who helped deliver the kitten, told InMyCommunity.com.au that she had never seen such an unusual animal in her 12-year career.
"I have seen cats with two tails and extra legs, but not this,” she said.
Ms Burgess said the cat appeared healthy, but it would be closely monitored over the next few days.
"It has a full tummy and it survived the night so that is a good sign,” she said. "It seems content, it meows and purrs.
The kitten's two mouths meow simultaneously. In a radio interview (included with the story), it was revealed that the kitten has only one brain. http://www.theage.com.au/national/twofaced-kitten-born-in-perth-20081120-6cpv.html -Thanks, Jayne Howley!
(image credit: Mathew Poon)