The tiny female kitten was born at 6:11 a.m. on Tuesday -- 6/11 -- in Amity, Ore., but she might more aptly be called "four eyes."
Deucy is a rare Janus cat, named after the Roman god with two faces.
Her owner, Stephanie Durkee, took her to the veteranarian, who told her the newborn appeared to be healthy with a single set of organs and everything in working order. She has four eyes, two noses and two mouths.
Deucy is apparently very lucky: Janus cats often die very shortly after birth thanks to duplicate or conjoined internal organs, such as Gemini, a kitten who died after just a few days because he had two tracheas going into one throat.
Still, a few are able to survive into adulthood, such as Frank and Louie, a two-faced cat who set the record as the longest-living Janus cat at the age of 12 in 2012.
Deucy was rejected by her mother, so Durkee is feeding her formula with a syringe and keeping her warm in a drawer with a heating pad and towels. Durkee said Deucy appeared to be stronger than the two other kittens in her litter, with a good chance of living a long, healthy life.