In Nashville, a family discovered two kittens in their new house so they dropped the cats off at the Nashville Cat Rescue. One cat is called Apricot, and her sister is called Pretzel. Amazingly, Apricot has a face split perfectly down the middle.

Apricot may be a genetic chimera cat, which means her cells contain two types of DNA, caused when two embryos fuse together. Shelter officials introduced Apricot ad Pretzel to pregnant rescue cats who have adopted them as their own. If you live in Nashville and want to adopt a cat, drop by the Nashville Cat Rescue and pick up a cat or two.

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