(CNN) - Guinness World Records has declared the oldest living two-faced cat. His name's Frank and Louie, and he keeps making history.
He's a Janus cat named after the Roman god with two faces.
These types of cats aren't very common and often don't live more than a few days.
But Frank and Louie has been around for 12 years now.
Frank and Louie has three eyes, two mouths and two noses.
His owner said he only eats with his right side mouth because it's connected to his esophagus.