This Stunning Cat Has Super Rare Flawless Split Of Grey And Black Fur On Face.


In the world of feline models, this kitty is truly the crème de la crème.

The rare British short hair cat is two-faced, in the best way ever. He has a completely flawless split of grey and black fur divided perfectly down her face.

The rare markings are thought to be the result of two embryos fusing together, creating two halves, split with a remarkably straight line.

With strikingly blue eyes to go along with the split face, Narnia is the star of his own Instagram page ‘The Amazing Narnia’.

Here’s an adorable photo of him as a newborn kitten…

Narnia #kittens #catoftheday #britishshorthairs #chimera #notphotoshop

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The exact cause of Narnia’s striking appearance is not known, but this mysterious look is found on chimera cats, which are thought to be a result of the merging of two fertilised eggs, or two early embryos in a mother’s womb.

Chimeras do not only occur in the cat world, they can even occur in humans, though most people wouldn’t even notice if they had the condition as signs can be as subtle as a patches of different coloured hair.

Loyalty to the feline or canine tribe is like a religion you pass on to your kids. God forbid they lose or change their allegiance as they get older.

It divides us once more, as cat people score higher on the intelligence scale and are considered intellectually curious.

Psychoanalyst Steve McKeown, founder of MindFixers and owner of The McKeown Clinic, told UNILAD:

“A study of 600 college students that was conducted Denise Guastello found dog people may be more social and outgoing and cat people are far more sensitive and open-minded. It also noted cat owners were no more neurotic than dog owners.

Cat people tend be non-conformist, somebody who stands up for what they believe in despite what anyone thinks, which in many ways, perhaps mirrors the independence for which cats are renowned? Cat people also score higher on intelligence tests and are more educated!

Cat people are more likely to possess university degrees than dog owners. Educated people tend to work longer hours and opt for pets that compliment their personal circumstances and lifestyle.”

Beautiful Narnia lives in France with his owner and they recently took a trip to the Paris Animal Show.

A rare Yin and Yang.

Credit: Unilad.

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